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Vol.  87  No.  27 


Monday,  July  6,  1992 


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SAN  FRANCiSCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


Clly  and  Coantjr  of  San  Francisco 


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Monday,  July  6,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


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The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 


The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:14  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Alioto  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Britt  was  noted  present  at  2:20  p.m. 

Supervisor  Kennedy  excused.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Maher  was  noted  present  at  2:17  p.m. 

Supervisor  Kennedy  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Kennedy  is  attending  a 
special  meeting  in  Sacramento  to  consider  the  budget  and  requested 
to  be  excused  from  today's  meeting. 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  excuse 
Supervisor  Kennedy  from  attending  today's  meeting. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 


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Presentation  of  Guests 

President  Shelley  introduced  and  welcomed  a  visiting  delegation 
from  our  Sister  City  Taipei  as  follows: 

Mr.  James  C.  C.  Chen,  Speaker,  Taipei  City  Council; 

Mr.  Chun-Hsiung  Chen,  Councilman; 

Mr.  Chin-Chang  Lin,  Councilman; 

Ms.  Hsueh-Fen  Chen,  Councilwoman; 

Mr.  Richard  Tsou,  Secretary  General; 

Mr.  Teng-Yung  Lai,  Commissioner,  Taipei  Water  Department; 

Mr.  Thomas  J.  Chen;  Director,  Public  Relations; 

Ms.  Yi-Chun  Chen; 

Mr.  Yung-Te  Chen; 

Mr.  Yung-Le  Chen. 

Privilege  of  the  Floor 

There  being  no  objection,  on  motion  by  Supervisor  Hsieh, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  the  privilege  of  the  floor  was 
then  granted  to  Honorable  James  C.C.  Chen. 

Speaker  Chen  briefly  addressed  the  Board  and  thanked  the  members 
for  the  opportunity  to  speak. 

Appointment  of  President  Pro  Tempore 

At  the  request  of  the  President,  Supervisor  Gonzalez  assumed  the 
Chair  so  the  President  could  present  a  certificate  of  honor. 

Presentation  Made 

Supervisor  Shelley,  on  behalf  of  the  San  Francisco  Board  of 
Supervisors,  presented  a  certificate  of  honor  to  Speaker  Chen  and 
the  Honorable  members  of  the  Taipei  City  Council. 

The  President  reassumed  the  Chair. 


CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  ^ 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  David  Chan,  et 

al.,  V.  City  and  County  et  al.,  by  payment  of  $10,640.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-24,   Ordinance  No.  205-92 


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(Municipal  Court  No.  056-969.) 
Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  James  Pan  against 

the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $16,829.40.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-25,   Ordinance  No.  206-92 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C90-0601  VRW.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Deborah 
Lollie-Jackson  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $30,000. 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-27,   Ordinance  No.  207-92 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C85-4925  JPV.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Terway  Car  Rental 

Inc.,  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $24,233.52.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-28,   Ordinance  No.  208-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  062-460.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Sandra  Glosser 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-29,   Ordinance  No.  209-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  924-606.) 

Finally  passed. 


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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Santiago  against 

the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $22,500.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-30,   Ordinance  No.  210-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  036-970.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Harold  Wilson  Bell  v.  Avis  Rent 
A  Car,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-7,   Ordinance  No.  211-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  906-593.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  City  and  County  v.  Dionicio 
Guzman,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $12,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-8,   Ordinance  No.  212-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  063-346.) 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Zoning  Map  Change] 

Ordinance  adopting  changes  in  the  Height  and  Bulk  Classification  as 
an  amendment  to  the  Zoning  Map  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  for  property  located  on  the  block  bounded  by  Berry,  Fourth 
and  Third  Streets  and  China  Basin  Channel,  Assessor's  Block  3803, 
from  a  40-X  to  a  60-X  District  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to 
Section  101.1.   (Department  of  City  Planning) 

File  36-92-3.1,   Ordinance  No.   204-92 

(Approved  by  City  Planning  Commission  Resolution  No.  13339.) 

Finally  passed. 


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The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Nigden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  4. 
REGULAR  CALENDAR 
UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 
Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Parking  Meter  Rates] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  to  increase  the  rates  for  parking 
meters  within  parking  meter  area  numbers  2,  3  and  4,  and  to  provide 
that  parking  meters  in  these  areas  will  be  operated  only  by 
quarters.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  124-92-4.1,   Ordinance  No.  216-92 

(Amends  Sections  200,  202. A,  203.2,  203.3  and  203.4.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  4. 
Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Central  Freeway] 

Resolution  declaring  it  to  be  the  policy  of  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco  not  to  build  any  new  above-ground  ramps  to  replace  the 
demolished  sections  of  the  Central  Freeway;  requesting  an 
expeditious  resolution  of  funding  for  surface-level  transportation 
improvements;  creating  ((urging  the  Mayor  to  convene))  a  task  force 
to  plan  land  use  and  transportation  needs  for  the  Hayes  Valley  and 
Western  Addition  neighborhoods;  requesting  the  California  Department 
of  Transportation  to  undertake  a  feasibility  study  to  upgrade  the 
South  Van  Ness  interchange  and  to  consider  the  San  Francisco 
Tomorrow  Plan.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  171-92-3,   Resolution  No.  541-92 


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(June  29,  1992  -  Consideration  continued  to  July  6,  1992  with 
pending  amendments  as  follows: 

Supervisor  Kennedy's  pending  amendment:   To  amend  page  two, 
line  17,  by  changing  "an"  to  "a"  and  by  deleting 
"interdepartmental"  and  by  adding  the  following  sentences: 
"The  membership  of  the  task  force  shall  include  11 
community  members  who  are  residents  of  the  Hayes  Valley  and 
Western  Addition  neighborhoods,  who  shall  be  appointed  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors.   The  Mayor  is  urged  to  appoint 
interdepartmental  representatives  to  serve,  also,  on  this 
task  force.". 

Supervisor  Maher's  pending  amendment:   To  amend  page  one, 
line  two,  and  page  two,  line  nine,  after  "new"  by  inserting 
"above-ground" . 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  August  3,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hallinan,  Hsieh  -  3. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to  amend  | 
Supervisor  Kennedy's  pending  amendment  by  urging  the  Mayor  to  'i 
appoint  interdepartmental  representatives  to  advise  the  task  force.   J 

Motion  to  amend  pending  amendment  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

The  roll  was  then  called  on  Supervisor  Kennedy's  pending 
amendment,  as  further  amended,  and  it  was  adopted  by  the  following 
vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2.      ^ 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  to 
amend  Supervisor  Maher's  pending  amendment  by  amending  page  three, 
line  23,  after  the  word  "after"  by  adding  "to  consider,  among  other 


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alternatives  for  traffic  improvements  that  may  be  considered,  the 
San  Francisco  Tomorrow  Plan  which  appears  in  Board  File  No. 
171-92-3". 

Motion  to  amend  pending  amendment  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

The  roll  was  called  on  Supervisor  Maher 's  pending  amendment,  as 
further  amended,  and  it  was  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Resolution  adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  Committee 

Consideration  Continued  As  Amended 

[Business  Advisory  Commission] 

Ordinance  repealing  existing  provisions  of  Administrative  Code, 
abolishing  the  Bureau  of  Small  Business  and  Small  Business  Advisory 
Commission,  and  establishing  a  Business  Advisory  Commission  within 
the  Mayor's  Office  of  Economic  Planning  and  Development.   (Small 
Business  Advisory  Commission) 

File  97-92-19,   Ordinance  No. 

Refused  passage  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  5 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Migden  -  4. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  rescind 
the  previous  vote: 

Motion  to  rescind  the  vote  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  the 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title,  as  submitted  by  the  City 
Services  Committee,  dated  June  22,  1992. 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  5. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Migden  -  4. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

The  roll  was  called  on  the  pending  ordinance  and  it  was  refused 
passage  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  5. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Migden  -  4.         i 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -   2.      '  ] 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  rescind 
the  previous  vote:  j 

Motion  to  rescind  the  vote  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9.  ] 

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Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2.  ] 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to         j 
continue  consideration  as  amended  to  July  20,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 

From  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 
With  Recommendation  "DO  SUBMIT" 


Ordered  Submitted 


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[Charter  Amendment] 

Charter  amendment  (First  Draft)  amending  Section  8.539-3  to  increase 
the  retirement  allowances  of  miscellaneous  officers  and  employees 
retired  prior  to  July  2,  1991,  from  $0  to  $75.   (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  218-92-1 

Ordered  submitted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2 


[Charter  Amendment] 

Charter  amendment  (Second  Draft)  amending  Sections  8.500-1,  8.559-9, 

8.585-9,  8.586-9,  and  8.588-9,  relating  to  the  coordination  of 

retirement  benefits  for  safety  employees  and  miscellaneous 

employees.   (Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher,  Shelley,  Hallinan, 

Gonzalez) 

File  242-92-1 

Ordered  submitted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 


NEW  BUSINESS 


Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Art  Commission] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  permit  the  representation 
of  the  City  and  County,  through  the  Art  Commission,  in  nine  arts 
organizations.   (Art  Commission) 

File  97-91-60,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  16.6-45.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 


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[Fire  Department] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  adding  and  deleting  certain 

organizations  to  the  membership  list  of  the  Fire  Department.   (Fire 

Department) 

File  97-92-25.1,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  16.6-6.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Fees  -  Medical  Examiner-Coroner] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  authorizing  the  Medical 

Examiner-Coroner  to  charge  fees  for  certain  services  and  to  increase 

fees  for  copies  of  documents  and  certain  services.   (Chief  Medical 

Examiner-Coroner) 

File  97-92-34,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  8.14.) 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Street  Closure  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  (Temporary  Use  or  Occupancy 
of  Public  Streets),  to  increase  the  application  fee  for  temporary 
use  of  streets  for  street  fairs  from  forty  dollars  to  eighty 
dollars.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  97-92-37,   Ordinance  No. 


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(Amends  Section  2.70-6.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 


[Vehicle  Removal  Administrative  Fee] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  relating  to  imposing  an 
administrative  fee  for  removing  vehicles  from  city  streets  and 
highways.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  124-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Section  170.1.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote:  ' 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 


[Abatement  of  Abandoned  Vehicles] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  by  adding,  as  Article  13A  thereof. 
Section  225,  relating  to  establishment  of  a  service  authority  for 
abatement  of  abandoned  vehicles;  Section  226  relating  to  imposing  a 
service  fee  for  the  Abandoned  Vehicle  Trust  Fund;  Section  227 
relating  to  procedures  for  abatement  of  abandoned  vehicles;  Section 
228  relating  to  preparation  of  an  Abandoned  Vehicle  Abatement 
Program  and  Plan;  and  Section  229  relating  to  the  definitions  of 
terms;  and  by  amending  Article  14  thereof  in  the  following 
particulars:  amending  Sections  230,  231  and  245  thereof,  to  include 
highways  as  property  from  which  abandoned  vehicles  may  be  removed; 
further  amending  Section  231  thereof  to  add  a  definition;  amending 
Section  234  thereof  to  refer  to  new  Article  13A  of  the  Traffic  Code 
and  to  define  the  scope  of  the  authority  of  the  Department  of  Public 
Health;  amending  Sections  235  and  236  thereof  to  transfer  from  the 
Purchaser  of  Supplies  to  the  Director  of  Parking  and  Traffic  the 
authority  to  enter  into  contracts  for  towing;  adding  Section  244.1 
authorizing  the  imposition  of  a  fine  on  the  owners  of  abandoned 
vehicles;  and  further  amending  Section  245  thereof  to  allow  money 
received  from  the  State's  Abandoned  Vehicle  Trust  Fund  to  be 
credited  to  the  Abandoned  Vehicle  Abatement  and  Removal  Fund  of  the 
City.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  124-92-7,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 


[Utility  Users  Tax  Rate  Adjustment] 

Ordinance  amending  Article  10  of  Part  III,  Municipal  Code  (Utility 
Users  Tax),  to  extend  the  telephone  users  tax  to  interstate  and 
international  telephone  communication  services  and  to  increase  the 
rates  of  the  telephone  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent 
(6-1/2%),  of  the  electricity  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent 
(6-1/2%),  of  the  gas  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent  (6-1/2%), 
of  the  water  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent  (6-1/2%),  and  of 
the  steam  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent  (6-1/2%)  for  one 
year  commencing  August  1,  1992.   (Mayor) 

File  127-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Article  10.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Public  Transportation] 

Resolution  making  a  finding  concerning  proposed  revisions  of  the 

Municipal  Railway  fare  schedule.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  7-92-3,   Resolution  No.  544-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Public  Transportation] 

Resolution  approving  a  revised  fare  schedule  for  the  San  Francisco 
Municipal  Railway;  companion  measure  to  File  7-92-3.   (Public 
Utilities  Commission) 

File  7-92-3.1,   Resolution  No.  545-92 


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Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title  as  above. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Maher,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hsieh  -  2. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Maher,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hsieh  -  2. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Using  Discount  Fast  Passes  on  BART] 

Resolution  urging  the  Bay  Area  Rapid  Transit  District  to  work  with 
the  San  Francisco  Municipal  Railway  in  finding  a  way  to  allow 
Municipal  Railway  passengers  with  Discount  Fast  Passes  (disabled  and 
senior  users)  to  be  able  to  use  their  Fast  Passes  on  BART  as  Adult 
Fast  Pass  users  are  now  able  to  use  them.    (Finance  Committee) 

File  7-92-3.2,   Resolution  No.  546-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  3. 


[Abandoned  Vehicles! 

Resolution  designating  the  Parking  and  Traffic  Commission  of  the 
City  and  County  as  the  service  authority  for  the  abatement  of 
abandoned  vehicles  and  establishing  a  one  dollar  vehicle 
registration  fee  on  all  vehicles  registered  in  San  Francisco  to  be 
used  only  for  the  abatement,  removal  and  disposal  of  abandoned 
vehicles.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  192-92-4,   Resolution  No.  570-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Reconunendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[CEQA  Findings] 

Resolution  adopting  findings  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco  made  pursuant  to  the  California 
Environmental  Quality  Act  and  State  CEQA  guidelines  in  connection 
with  approval  of  the  Earthquake  Hazard  Reduction  In  Unreinforced 
Masonry  Wall  Buildings  Program;  companion  measure  to  Files  97-92-26, 
97-92-27,  97-92-27.1,  114-92-4,  114-92-5  and  115-92-8.   (Supervisors 
Hsieh,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg,  Kennedy) 

File  114-92-4.1,   Resolution  No.  566-92 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title  as  above. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Unreinforced  Masonry  Buildings  Demolition/Alteration] 
Ordinance  amending  Building  Code,  concerning  notice  requirements  for 
demolition  or  substantial  alteration  of  unreinforced  masonry 
buildings;  companion  measure  to  File  114-92-4.1.   (Supervisors 
Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg,  Kennedy) 

File  114-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  302(a)  and  303(f).) 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title  as  above. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Naher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 

Tabled 

[Unreinforced  Masonry  Buildings] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  requiring  owners  undertaking 

seismic  work  on  unreinforced  masonry  buildings  pursuant  to  Building 

Code  Chapters  14  and  15  to  reduce  their  tenants'  rents  for  lost  use 

during  construction;  companion  measure  to  File  114-92-4.1. 

(Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg, 

Kennedy) 

File  97-92-26,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Chapter  65.) 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  to  table. 

Tabled  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Unreinforced  Masonry  Buildings] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  (Residential  Hotel  Unit 

Conversion  and  Demolition  Ordinance)  to  permit  temporary  relocation 

of  tenants  within  the  same  residential  hotel  structure  to  allow 

seismic  retrofit  activities;  companion  measure  to  File  114-92-4.1. 

(Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg, 

Kennedy) 

File  97-92-27,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  41.19.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 


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[Unrein£orced  Masonry  Buildings] 

Ordinance  amending  Administiative  Code,  requiring  owners  undertaking 
seismic  work  on  unreinforced  masonry  buildings  pursuant  to  Building 
Code  Chapters  14  and  15  to  reduce  their  tenants'  rents  for  lost  use 
during  construction  or  to  pay  relocation  expenses  up  to  a  maximum  of 
$1500  per  dwelling  unit  per  month;  companion  measure  to  File 
114-92-4.1.   (Supervisors  Migden,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley) 

File  97-92-27.1,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Chapter  65.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  3. 
SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Closed 

[Public  hearing] 

Hearing  of  objections  to  report  of  assessment  costs  submitted  by 
Director  of  Public  Works  for  gas  and  electric  services  ordered  to  be 
rendered  at  49  Broderick  Street  (1007  Haight  Street)  by  said 
Director  pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  Section  203(m)  and/or  203(o) 
of  the  Building  Code;  the  costs  thereof  having  been  paid  for  out  of 
the  repair  and  demolition  fund. 

File  41-92-1 

The  President  inquired  if  there  was  anyone  present  desiring  to 
speak. 

There  being  no  response,  the  President  declared  the  hearing 
closed. 

From  Department  of  Public  Works 

Adopted 

[Assessment  for  Costs] 

Resolution  confirming  report  of  assessment  costs  submitted  by  the 
Director  of  Public  Works  for  gas  and  electric  services  ordered  to  be 
rendered  at  49  Broderick  Street  (1007  Haight  Street)  by  said 
Director  pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  Section  203(m)  and/or  203(o) 
of  the  Building  Code;  the  costs  thereof  having  been  paid  for  out  of 
the  repair  and  demolition  fund. 

File  41-92-1,   Resolution  No.  549-92 


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(49  Broderick  Street/aka  1007  Haight  Street   $3,709.15.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  2. 
COMMITTEE  REPORTS 
From  Finance  Committee  With  Recommendation 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Special  Election] 

Ordinance  calling  and  providing  for  a  special  election  to  be  held  in 
the  City  and  County  on  Tuesday,  November  3,  1992,  for  the  purpose  of 
submitting  to  the  voters  of  the  City  and  county  propositions  to 
incur  the  following  bonded  debts  of  the  City  and  County  for  the 
acquisition,  construction  or  completion  by  the  City  and  County  of 
the  following  municipal  improvements,  to  wit:   $350,000,000  to 
provide  loans  for  the  seismic  strengthening  of  unreinforced  masonry 
buildings  devoted  to  affordable  housing  and  to  market-rate 
residential,  commercial  and  institutional  uses  and  to  pay  necessary 
administrative  costs  incidental  thereto  and  establishing  certain 
terms  and  conditions  in  connection  with  said  loans;  $158,100,000  for 
construction  and  reconstruction  of  correctional  facilities  to 
replace  the  existing  San  Bruno  jail  facilities;  $40,800,000  for 
construction  and  reconstruction  of  Fire  Department  facilities;  that 
the  estimated  cost  of  said  municipal  improvements  is  and  will  be  too 
great  to  be  paid  out  of  the  ordinary  annual  income  and  revenue  of 
the  City  and  County  and  will  require  expenditures  greater  than  the 
amount  allowed  therefor  by  the  annual  tax  levy;  reciting  the 
estimated  cost  of  such  municipal  improvements;  fixing  the  date  of 
election  and  the  manner  of  holding  such  election  and  the  procedure 
for  voting  for  or  against  the  propositions;  fixing  the  maximum  rate 
of  interest  on  said  bonds  and  providing  for  the  levy  and  collection 
of  taxes  to  pay  both  principal  and  interest  thereof;  prescribing 
notice  to  be  given  of  such  election;  consolidating  the  special 
election  with  the  general  election;  and  providing  that  the  election 
precincts,  voting  places  and  officers  for  election  shall  be  the  same 
as  for  such  general  election.   (Supervisors  Hsieh,  Gonzalez,  Conroy) 

File  60-92-4,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  3. 


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Recommendations  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committees 

[Earthquake  Hazard  Reduction] 

Ordinance  amending  Building  Code,  by  adding  Chapters  14  and  15  and 
revising  Chapters  2  and  3  thereto  relating  to  earthquake  hazard 
reduction  in  unreinforced  masonry  bearing  wall  buildings;  companion 
measure  to  File  114-92-4.1.   (Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto, 
Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg,  Kennedy) 

File  114-92-4,   Ordinance  No. 

(June  9,  1992  -  Transferred  from  City  Services  Committee,  fiscal 
impact. ) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 


[Unreinforced  Masonry  Building  Seismic  Retrofit] 

Ordinance  amending  Planning  Code  by  amending  Section  181  to  permit 
nonconforming  uses  to  continue  following  required  seismic 
retrofitting  of  unreinforced  masonry  buildings;  by  amending  Section 
188  to  permit  a  noncomplying  structure  to  exist  following  required 
retrofit  of  unreinforced  masonry  buildings  and  to  permit  minor 
modifications  to  Planning  Code  requirements  in  certain 
circumstances;  by  amending  Section  1005  to  provide  a  limited 
exemption  for  required  retrofit  activities  of  unreinforced  masonry 
buildings  designated  as  landmarks  or  as  contributory  buildings  in 
historic  districts;  by  amending  Section  1111.1  to  provide  a  limited 
exemption  for  required  seismic  retrofit  activities  of  unreinforced 
masonry  buildings  designated  as  significant  or  contributory  building 
or  any  category  V  building  in  a  conservation  district;  and,  adopting 
findings  pursuant  to  Section  101.1;  companion  measure  to  File 
114-92-4.1.   (Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher, 
Achtenberg,  Kennedy) 

File  115-92-8,   Ordinance  No. 

(June  9,  1992  -  Transferred  from  City  Services  Committee,  fiscal 
impact. ) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  3. 


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[Rent  Board] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  adding  Section  37. 8B 
thereto  to  establish  expedited  hearing  and  appeal  procedures  for 
capital  improvements  which  result  from  seismic  work  on  unreinforced 
masonry  buildings  pursuant  to  Building  Code  Chapters  14  and  15  where 
landlords  performed  the  work  with  a  UMB  bond  loan,  by  amending 
Section  37.2  to  provide  that  dwelling  units  which  have  undergone 
seismic  strengthening  in  accordance  with  Building  Code  Sections  14 
and  15  shall  remain  subject  to  the  Rent  Ordinance,  with  exception, 
and  by  amending  Section  37.3  to  limit  certain  capital  improvement 
passthroughs  to  10%  per  year  over  the  base  rent,  subject  to  the 
adoption  of  Rent  Board  rules  regarding  landlord  hardship  and  by 
amending  Section  39.9  to  require  landlords  who  demolish  their 
buildings  pursuant  to  Building  Code  Chapters  14  and  15  to  pay 
relocation  expenses  for  their  tenants.   (Supervisors  Migden,  Hsieh, 
Achtenberg,  Shelley) 


File  97-92-27.2 


Ordinance  No 


(June  22,  1992  -  Transferred  from  City  Services  Committee, 
fiscal  impact . ) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Kennedy  -  3. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 


The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following: 

Emperor  Arcadia; 
Ace  Washington; 
Robert  Butler; 
Terry  Carter. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 


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Adopted 

[State  Legislation] 

Resolution  supporting  Assembly  Bill  2881,  which  would  establish  the 

California  Register  of  Historical  Resources.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  12-92-31,   Resolution  No.  547-92 

(June  29,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  6, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

[California  Department  of  Aging  Proposed  Funding  Formula] 
Resolution  opposing  the  California  Department  of  Aging  proposed 
funding  formula  for  seniors.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  12-92-32,   Resolution  No.  548-92 

(June  29,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  6, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

[Condominium  Project] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  733  Filbert  Street,  a  condominium 
project,  being  a  resubdivision  of  Lot  29,  in  Assessor's  Block  101, 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-16 

(June  29,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  6, 
1992.) 

Adopted . 

[Condominium  Project] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  570-580  Bush  Street,  a  condominium 
project,  being  a  resubdivision  of  Lot  14,  in  Assessor's  Block  271, 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-17 

(June  29,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  6, 
1992.) 

Adopted.  ^ 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-27,   Resolution  No.  542-92 

(Marie  K.  Brooks,  member.  Airports  Commission,  July  8  -  August  1; 
Marilyn  Chow,  member.  Social  Services  Commission,  July  14  -  22; 
David  Detrick,  member.  Police  Commission,  June  30  -  July  8  and 
July  11  -  18;  Laurence  D.  Griffin,  Vice  President,  Fire 
Commission,  July  11  -  17;  Michael  Hardeman,  member.  Public 
Utilities  Commission,  June  26  -  28;  Edward  Helfeld,  Executive 
Director,  Redevelopment  Agency,  July  16  -  24;  James  K.  Ho,  member, 
Airports  Commission,  June  27  -  July  2;  James  Jefferson,  member. 
Public  Utilities  Commission,  June  24  -  28;  Fred  E.  Jordan,  Jr., 
Chief  Probation  Officer,  July  11  -  16;  Julia  Lopez,  General 
Manager,  Department  of  Social  Services,  July  9  -  10;  Linda 
Mjellem,  member.  Commission  on  the  Status  of  Women,  June  21  -  28; 
Juanita  Owens,  member.  Board  of  Permit  Appeals,  June  22  -  29; 
Roselyne  Swig,  member.  Library  Commission,  July  2  -  7;  Betty  Lou 
Treguboff,  member.  Commission  on  the  Aging,  August  8-22,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolution  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 

Adopted 

[Grant,  State  Bond  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Mayor  and  the  President  of  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  to  apply  for  and  expend  State  of  California  Bond  Funds 
in  the  amount  of  $5,813,000  for  an  improvement  and  expansion  of  the 
adult  correctional  system  via  the  addition  of  a  fifth  floor  area  to 


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the  new  Sheriffs  facility  project  and  the  purchase  and  installation 
of  a  master  computer  system  for  San  Francisco's  criminal  justice 
system. 

File  152-92-3,   Resolution  No.  539-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  on  behalf  of  Supervisor  Kennedy  for 
immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Kennedy  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Card  Rooms] 

Draft  ordinance  amending  Police  Code  providing  procedures  for 
establishment  of  gaming  clubs  (card  rooms)  in  San  Francisco. 
(Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  121-92-9 


Referred  to  Board 

[Federal  Legislation] 

Resolution  endorsing  the  Sensible  Advertising  and  Family  Education 
Act  (HR  1443)  to  require  all  alcohol  beverage  advertising  and 
promotional  materials  to  carry  health  and  safety  warning  messages 
about  drinking  during  pregnancy  and  about  drinking  and  driving. 
(Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  July  13,  1992  For 
Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  13-92-10 

[Backroom  Office  Space] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  request  the  City  Planning  Commission 
to  survey  and  identify  areas  of  the  City  that  would  be  appropriate 
for  reclassification  to  permit  backroom  office  space.   (Supervisor 


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Kennedy  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  July  13,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Conunittee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  189-92-1 

Requests  for  Hearings 

File  18-92-9,  By  Supervisor  Migden:   To  consider  establishing 
four-way  Stop  intersections  at  the  corners  of  Grove  and  Central 
Streets  and  Grove  and  Lyon  Streets.   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social 
Policy  Conunittee. 

File  27-92-4,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  the  Airport 
Master  Plan  and  its  potential  impact  on  the  quality  of  life  of  the 
residents  of  San  Francisco.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-39.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Hock  Investment  Co.,  Inc.,  v.  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  to  permit  the  processing  of  an  application  for  conversion 
to  condominiums  of  2090  Pacific.   (City  Attorney)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  65-92-10.   [Sublease  of  Property]  Authorizing  and  approving 
sublease  of  City-owned  property  at  25  Van  Ness  Avenue,  portion  of 
First  Floor  (Lot  4,  Block  834)  to  the  Veterans  Administration, 
commencing  August  1,  1992.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  123-92-3.   [Public  Pay  Telephones]  Amending  Public  Works  Code 
by  amending  Sections  706,  950,  952,  953,  954,  957,  958,  959,  and 
960,  adding  Sections  950.1  and  950.2  and  deleting  Section  962, 
regulating  the  installation  and  maintenance  of  public  pay  telephones 
on  public  sidewalks,  requiring  permits  and  the  deposit  of  fees 
therefor  and  providing  for  enforcement  of  said  permitting 
requirements.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   Economic  and  Social 
Policy 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  38-92-17.1.   [Gift  Acceptance]  Accepting  a  gift  from  Richard 
Goldman,  Warren  Hellman,  John  Rosecrans  and  Alfred  Wilsey  of 
artistic  painting  services  valued  at  $24,000  ($6,000  each)  for  the 
decorative  painting  of  temporary  plywood  surfaces  in  and  adjacent  to 
the  main  rotunda  of  San  Francisco  City  Hall  and  authorizing  the  firm 
of  Evans  and  Brown  to  perform  such  work.   (Department  of  Public 
Works)   Finance 

File  41-92-2.   [Rent  Stabilization  and  Arbitration  Liens]  Confirming 
report  of  delinquent  charges  for  rent  arbitration  and  stabilization 
fees  submitted  by  the  Tax  Collector,  as  modified  to  the  date  of 


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adoption  of  this  resolution,  and  creating  special  assessments  and 
liens  based  thereon.   (Tax  Collector)   Scheduled  for  Public  Hearing 
before  Board  on  August  31,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

File  48-92-16.   [Settlement  of  Claim]  Approving  the  settlement  of 
the  unlitigated  claim  of  Flair  Diversified  Properties,  Inc.  by 
payment  of  $50,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  52-92-4.   [Authorization  to  Expend  Private  Funds]  Authorizing 
Department  of  Public  Works  to  accept  $5,176  monetary  compensation 
from  property  owners  for  the  higher  cost  of  procuring  and  installing 
special  ornamental  streetlight  poles  in  Upper  Ashbury  Undergrounding 
District  309,  Phase  2C.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   Finance 

File  61-92-6.   [Extending  Duration  and  Increasing  Contract  Cost] 
Approving  Contract  Modifications  No.  1  and  No.  2  to  Water  Department 
Contract  WD-2088,  repaving  of  street  and  sidewalk  openings  for  the 
San  Francisco  Water  Department  for  fiscal  year  ending  June  30, 
1992.   (Public  Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

File  94-92-4.   [Grant  -  Regional  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Public 
Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for  and  accept  $3.1  million  of  bridge 
toll  funds  for  SFMRIC  lease  payments  and  $51.5  million  of  regional 
funds  such  as  Federal  Transit  Administration  Sections  8  and  9 
Operating  Revenues,  Transportation  Development  Act  (TDA) ,  State 
Transit  Assistance  (STA),  AB  1107  half-cent  sales  tax,  and  Bay  Area 
Rapid  Transit  District  funds  for  1992-93  Municipal  Railway 
Operations  and  authorizing  the  expenditure  of  the  Section  8  planning 
funds.   (Public  Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

File  94-92-5.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Public 
Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  $1,704,000 
including  an  estimated  $119,280  of  indirect  costs  from  1992-93  State 
Traffic  System  Management  funds  for  the  Municipal  Railway  and  also 
to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  available  Federal  Petroleum 
Violation  Escrow  Account  funds  to  support  signal  system  pre-emption 
and  other  energy  efficient  transportation  improvements.   (Public 
Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

File  146-92-29.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Services,  Special  Programs 
for  Youth  as  a  sub-grantee,  in  collaboration  with  Northern 
California  Pediatric  AIDS  Treatment  Center  as  prime  grantee,  to 
accept  and  expend  an  allocation  of  $244,840  which  includes  indirect 
costs  in  the  amount  of  $11,659  based  on  five  percent  of  direct 
costs,  from  the  National  Institute  of  Health,  National  Institute  of 
Allergy  and  Infectious  Disease,  for  establishing  clinical  trial 
subunits  and  health  services  for  youth.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-50.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental 
allocation  of  $150,000  from  the  California  Department  of  Health 
Services  to  continue  funding  the  AIDS  Drug  Program;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance 


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File  146-92-51.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  not  to 
exceed  $2,615,796  which  includes  indirect  costs  not  to  exceed 
$75,322  based  on  ten  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the  California 
Department  of  Health  Services  to  continue  funding  the  Master  Grant 
Agreement;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  147-92-2.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  City 
Librarian  to  accept  and  expend  funds  not  to  exceed  $696,579 
available  through  the  California  State  Library  from  Title  II  of  the 
Library  Services  and  Construction  Act  for  Public  Library 
construction,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of  the  amount  of  $43,997 
or  five  percent  of  the  total;  companion  measure  to  File  147-92-2. 
(Public  Library)   Finance 

File  147-92-4.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  execution  of 
grant  contract  with  the  California  State  Library  for  the  award  of  a 
grant  of  Library  Construction  and  Renovation  Bond  Act  funds,  which 
contract  provides  for  the  State  to  be  indemnified  and  held  harmless 
from  all  claims  or  damages  which  may  arise  in  relation  to  the 
contract.   (Public  Library)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  appropriate 
legislation  which  would  establish  a  Select  Committee  on  the  closure 
of  Hunters  Point  and  the  Presidio  for  the  purpose  of  holding  public 
hearings  on  the  impact  on  city  services  by  the  base  closures. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Acting 
Director,  Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic,  to  determine  why  the 
blue  handicapped  area  along  the  first  block  of  Van  Ness  Avenue,  from 
Market  Street  going  North,  has  been  repainted  with  yellow  paint  over 
the  blue,  thereby  eliminating  parking  area  for  the  disabled. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Chief  of  Police 
concerning  alleged  drug  activities  at  the  corner  of  the  300  block  of 
Cumberland  and  Sanchez  Streets  and  along  the  500  and  600  block  of 
Sanchez  Street  and  requesting  investigation  and  increased  police 
patrols  in  the  area. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director  of  Health 
requesting  investigation  of  possible  health  hazard  at  1329  Sanchez 
Street  due  to  feeding  of  pigeons  in  this  area. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Chief  of  Police 
requesting  investigation  and  report  of  safety  concerns  of  resident 
at  405  Davis  Street  with  possible  security  measures  that  may  be 
taken. 


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Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Lydia  Constant inoff  (Supervisor  Britt) 

File  2-92-27 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 

ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:39  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  February  22,  1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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Monday,  July  13,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 


The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:25  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Britt,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  6. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Migden  -  5. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  excused,  on  ofticial  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Alioto  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Conroy  was  noted  present  at  2:27  p.m. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  was  noted  present  at  2:26  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Severed  from  Consent  Calendar 

Supervisor  Kennedy  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  Consent  Calendar  and  considered  separately. 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Award  of  Auto  Detail  Area  Lease] 

Resolution  confirming  award  of  the  auto  detail  area  lease  at  the 

Golden  Gateway  Garage  to  Five  Star  Parking.   (Real  Estate  Department) 


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File  47-92-1.1,   Resolution  No.  581-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


The  Board  thereupon  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following 
items  on  the  Consent  Calendar. 


Consent  Calendar  i 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Lease  Amendment] 

Ordinance  approving  Second  Amendment  to  lease  between  Mission  Creek 
Harbor  Association  and  the  City  and  County  operating  by  and  through 
the  San  Francisco  Port  Commission.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  65-92-9,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading.  1 

Adopted 

[Contracting  Out  City  Services] 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
security  services  can  be  practically  performed  for  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  San  Francisco  General  Hospital  by  private  contractor 
for  a  lower  cost  than  similar  services  performed  by  City  and  County 
employees.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 


File  25-92-23,   Resolution  No.  579-92 
Adopted. 


[Gift  Acceptance] 

Resolution  accepting  a  gift  from  Richard  Goldman,  Warren  Hellman, 
John  Rosecrans  and  Alfred  Wilsey  of  artistic  painting  services 
valued  at  $24,000  ($6,000  each)  for  the  decorative  painting  of 
temporary  plywood  surfaces  in  and  adjacent  to  the  main  rotunda  of 
San  Francisco  City  Hall,  and  authorizing  the  firm  of  Evans  and  Brown 
to  perform  such  work.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

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File  38-92-17.1,   Resolution  No.  580-92 


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Adopted. 


[Extension  of  Existing  Real  Property  Lease] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  an  existing  lease  of  real 
property  at  1975-99  Bryant  Street  for  Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic,  Traffic  Engineering  Division.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-9,   Resolution  No.  584-92 

Adopted. 


[Extension  of  Existing  Real  Property  Lease] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  an  existing  lease  of  vacant  land 

at  Army  and  Evans  Streets  for  Department  of  Public  Works,  for 

storage  of  equipment  and  recycled  road  materials.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  64-92-10,   Resolution  No.  585-92 

Adopted. 


[Extension  of  Existing  Real  Property  Lease] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  an  existing  real  property  lea: 
for  the  Controller's  Payroll  and  Internal  Audit  Division  at  160 
South  Van  Ness  Avenue.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-11,   Resolution  No.  586-92 

Adopted. 


[Lease  of  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  a  revocable  license  at  450  Seventh  Street  for 

the  Police  Department,  for  parking  of  police  vehicles.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  64-92-15,   Resolution  No.  590-92 

Adopted. 


[Lease  of  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  lease  of  real  property  at  732 

Brannan  Street  for  the  District  Attorney's  Office.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  64-92-16,   Resolution  No.  591-92 

Adopted. 


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[Amendment  to  Lease  of  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  amendment  lease  of  real  property  at  1540 
Market  Street  for  Department  of  Public  Health,  Emergency  Medical 
Services  Agency.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-18,   Resolution  No.  593-92 

Adopted. 


[Lease  of  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  an  existing  lease  of  real 
property  at  1182  Market  Street  for  offices  for  the  Commission  on  the 
Aging.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-20,   Resolution  No.  595-92 

Adopted. 


[Extension  of  Existing  Real  Property  Sublease] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  an  existing  sublease  of  real 

property  at  3000  Third  Street  for  Municipal  Railway,  required  for 

maintenance  and  storing  of  Municipal  Railway  buses.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  64-92-21,   Resolution  No.  596-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  apply  for  a  continuation  grant  of  $1,794,405,  which  includes 
indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $207,155  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  the  Epidemiologic 
Study  of  the  natural  history  of  HIV/AIDS  in  homosexual/bisexual  men 
previously  enrolled  in  studies  of  Hepatitis  B  Infection. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-41,   Resolution  No.  610-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental  grant  of  $39,501  from  the  Health 
Resources  and  Services  Administration  to  augment  the  Ryan  White 
Comprehensive  AIDS  Resources  Emergency  (Care/Title  Formula)  Disaster 
Relief  Grant;  waiving  indirect  costs  and  providing  for  ratification 
of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

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File  146-92-43,   Resolution  No.  611-92 
Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental  grant  of  $420,851,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $45,418,  based  on  twenty 
percent  of  salaries,  from  the  Centers  for  Disease  Control  to  fund 
the  HIV  Incidence  in  Homosexual/Bisexual  Males  Research  Project; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department 
of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-44,   Resolution  No.  612-92 

Adopted. 


[Comprehensive  Tobacco  Control  Plan  and  Budget] 

Resolution  authorizing  adoption  of  the  1992-94  Comprehensive  Tobacco 
Control  Plan  and  Budget  Supplemental  Perinatal  Outreach  Plan. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-45,   Resolution  No.  613-92 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Michael  B.  Davis 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $17,500. 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-26,   Ordinance  No. 

(United  State  District  Court  No.  C-90-2299DLJ. ) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  au'-horizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Ray  McCowan 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $16,000. 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-31,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  No.  045-423.) 


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Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuitl 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Essel  and  Homer 
Magat  against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of 
$26,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-32,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  934-944.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuitl 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Jay  Endicott 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $6,000. 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-33,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  938-244.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County  of 

San  Francisco  v.  Terminals  Equipment  Company,  Inc.,  for  $7,500,000 

plus  interest  at  six  percent  annually  from  December  1,  1991.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-34,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  927-015.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuitl 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Herbert  R.  Odom 
and  Jean  Odom  against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  William 
Otoshi,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $8,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-35,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  935-209.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Sherry  Walker  and 
Nancy  Amaya  against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment 
of  $60,082.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-36,   Ordinance  No. 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C91-0566  BAC.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Shou  Wong  against 

the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $14,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-37,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  912-725.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Helen  Simon 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  et  al.  by  payment  of 
$14,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-38,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  936-815.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco  against  the  State  of  California,  by 
receiving  payment  of  $190,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-9,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  Nos.  892-764,  900-689,  901-100,  910-062, 
911-406,  913-858,  904-334,  918-198.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco  against  Victoria  A.  Esmas  for  $12,500  to  be 
paid  to  the  General  Fund.   (City  Attorney) 


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File  46-92-10,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  929-386) 
Passed  for  second  reading. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy, 
Migden  -  5. 

REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Art  Commission] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  permit  the  representation 
of  the  City  and  County,  through  the  Art  Commission,  in  nine  arts 
organizations.   (Art  Commission) 

File  97-91-60,   Ordinance  No.  224-92 

(Amends  Section  16.6-45.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Special  Election] 
Ordinance  calling  and  providing  for  a  special  election  to  be  held  in 
the  City  and  County  on  Tuesday,  November  3,  1992,  for  the  purpose  of 
submitting  to  the  voters  of  the  City  and  county  propositions  to 
incur  the  following  bonded  debts  of  the  City  and  County  for  the 
acquisition,  construction  or  completion  by  the  city  and  County  of 
the  following  municipal  improvements,  to  wit:   $350,000,000  to 
provide  loans  for  the  seismic  strengthening  of  unreinforced  masonry 
buildings  devoted  to  affordable  housing  and  to  market-rate 
residential,  commercial  and  institutional  uses  and  to  pay  necessary 
administrative  costs  incidental  thereto  and  establishing  certain 
terms  and  conditions  in  connection  with  said  loans;  $158,100,000  for 

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construction  and  reconstruction  of  correctional  facilities  to 
replace  the  existing  San  Bruno  jail  facilities;  $40,800,000  for 
construction  and  reconstruction  of  Fire  Department  facilities;  that 
the  estimated  cost  of  said  municipal  improvements  is  and  will  be  too 
great  to  be  paid  out  of  the  ordinary  annual  income  and  revenue  of 
the  City  and  County  and  will  require  expenditures  greater  than  the 
amount  allowed  therefor  by  the  annual  tax  levy;  reciting  the 
estimated  cost  of  such  municipal  improvements;  fixing  the  date  of 
election  and  the  manner  of  holding  such  election  and  the  procedure 
for  voting  for  or  against  the  propositions;  fixing  the  maximum  rate 
of  interest  on  said  bonds  and  providing  for  the  levy  and  collection 
of  taxes  to  pay  both  principal  and  interest  thereof;  prescribing 
notice  to  be  given  of  such  election;  consolidating  the  special 
election  with  the  general  election;  and  providing  that  the  election 
precincts,  voting  places  and  officers  for  election  shall  be  the  same 
as  for  such  general  election.   (Supervisors  Hsieh,  Gonzalez,  Conroy) 

File  60-92-4,   Ordinance  No.  217-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Fire  Department] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  adding  and  deleting  certain 

organizations  to  the  membership  list  of  the  Fire  Department.   (Fire 

Department) 

File  97-92-25.1,   Ordinance  No.  218-92 

(Amends  Section  16.6-6.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Fees  -  Medical  Examiner-Coroner] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  authorizing  the  Medical 

Examiner-Coroner  to  charge  fees  for  certain  services  and  to  increase 

fees  for  copies  of  documents  and  certain  services.   (Chief  Medical 

Examiner-Coroner) 

File  97-92-34,   Ordinance  No.  222-92 

(Amends  Section  8.14.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

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Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Naher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Migden  -  4. 


[Street  Closure  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  (Temporary  Use  or  Occupancy 
of  Public  Streets),  to  increase  the  application  fee  for  temporary 
use  of  streets  for  street  fairs  from  forty  dollars  to  eighty 
dollars.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  97-92-37,   Ordinance  No.  223-92 

(Amends  Section  2.70-6.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Migden  -  4. 


[Vehicle  Removal  Administrative  Fee] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  relating  to  imposing  an 
administrative  fee  for  removing  vehicles  from  city  streets  and 
highways.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  124-92-6,   Ordinance  No.  228-92 

(Adds  Section  170.1.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Migden  -  4. 


[Abatement  of  Abandoned  Vehicles] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  by  adding,  as  Article  13A  thereof. 
Section  225,  relating  to  establishment  of  a  service  authority  for 
abatement  of  abandoned  vehicles;  Section  226  relating  to  imposing  a 
service  fee  for  the  Abandoned  Vehicle  Trust  Fund;  Section  227 
relating  to  procedures  for  abatement  of  abandoned  vehicles;  Section 
228  relating  to  preparation  of  an  Abandoned  Vehicle  Abatement 
Program  and  Plan;  and  Section  229  relating  to  the  definitions  of 
terms;  and  by  amending  Article  14  thereof  in  the  following 
particulars:  amending  Sections  230,  231  and  245  thereof,  to  include 
highways  as  property  from  which  abandoned  vehicles  may  be  removed; 
further  amending  Section  231  thereof  to  add  a  definition;  amending 
Section  234  thereof  to  refer  to  new  Article  13A  of  the  Traffic  Code 
and  to  define  the  scope  of  the  authority  of  the  Department  of  Public 

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Health;  amending  Sections  235  and  236  thereof  to  transfer  from  the 
Purchaser  of  Supplies  to  the  Director  of  Parking  and  Traffic  the 
authority  to  enter  into  contracts  for  towing;  adding  Section  244.1 
authorizing  the  imposition  of  a  fine  on  the  owners  of  abandoned 
vehicles;  and  further  amending  Section  245  thereof  to  allow  money 
received  from  the  State's  Abandoned  Vehicle  Trust  Fund  to  be 
credited  to  the  Abandoned  Vehicle  Abatement  and  Removal  Fund  of  the 
City.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  124-92-7,   Ordinance  No.  229-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Nigden  -  4. 


[Utility  Users  Tax  Rate  Adjustment] 

Ordinance  amending  Article  10  of  Part  III,  Municipal  Code  (Utility 
Users  Tax),  to  extend  the  telephone  users  tax  to  interstate  and 
international  telephone  communication  services  and  to  increase  the 
rates  of  the  telephone  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent 
(6-1/2%),  of  the  electricity  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent 
(6-1/2%),  of  the  gas  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent  (6-1/2%) 
of  the  water  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent  (6-1/2%),  and  of 
the  steam  users  tax  to  six  and  one-half  percent  (6-1/2%)  for  one 
year  commencing  August  1,  1992.   (Mayor) 

File  127-92-5,   Ordinance  No.  215-92 

(Amends  Article  10.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Migden  -  4. 
Recommendations  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committees 

Finally  Passed 

[Earthquake  Hazard  Reduction] 

Ordinance  amending  Building  Code,  by  adding  Chapters  14  and  15  and 

revising  Chapters  2  and  3  thereto  relating  to  earthquake  hazard 

reduction  in  unreinforced  masonry  bearing  wall  buildings. 

(Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg, 

Kennedy) 

File  114-92-4,   Ordinance  No.  225-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

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Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Unreinforced  Masonry  Building  Seismic  Retrofit] 

Ordinance  amending  Planning  Code  by  amending  Section  181  to  permit 
nonconforming  uses  to  continue  following  required  seismic 
retrofitting  of  unreinforced  masonry  buildings;  by  amending  Section 
188  to  permit  a  noncomplying  structure  to  exist  following  required 
retrofit  of  unreinforced  masonry  buildings  and  to  permit  minor 
modifications  to  Planning  Code  requirements  in  certain 
circumstances;  by  amending  Section  1005  to  provide  a  limited 
exemption  for  required  retrofit  activities  of  unreinforced  masonry 
buildings  designated  as  landmarks  or  as  contributory  buildings  in 
historic  districts;  by  amending  Section  1111.1  to  provide  a  limited 
exemption  for  required  seismic  retrofit  activities  of  unreinforced 
masonry  buildings  designated  as  significant  or  contributory  building 
or  any  category  V  building  in  a  conservation  district;  and,  adopting 
findings  pursuant  to  Section  101.1.   (Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden, 
Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg,  Kennedy) 

File  115-92-8,   Ordinance  No.  227-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Rent  Board] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  adding  Section  37. 8B 
thereto  to  establish  expedited  hearing  and  appeal  procedures  for 
capital  improvements  which  result  from  seismic  work  on  unreinforced 
masonry  buildings  pursuant  to  Building  Code  Chapters  14  and  15  where 
landlords  performed  the  work  with  a  unreinforced  masonry  building 
bond  loan,  by  amending  Section  37.2  to  provide  that  dwelling  units 
which  have  undergone  seismic  strengthening  in  accordance  with 
Building  Code  Chapters  14  and  15  shall  remain  subject  to  the  Rent 
Ordinance,  with  exception,  and  by  amending  Section  37.3  to  limit 
certain  capital  improvement  passthroughs  to  10%  per  year  over  the 
base  rent,  subject  to  the  adoption  of  Rent  Board  rules  regarding 
landlord  hardship  and  by  amending  Section  39.9  to  require  landlords 
who  demolish  their  buildings  pursuant  to  Building  Code  Chapters  14 
and  15  to  pay  relocation  expenses  for  their  tenants.   (Supervisors 
Migden,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley) 

File  97-92-27.2,   Ordinance  No.  221-92 

(June  22,  1992  -  Transferred  from  City  Services  Committee, 
fiscal  impact.) 


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Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 
Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

(Unreinforced  Masonry  Buildings  Demolition/Alterationl 
Ordinance  amending  Building  Code,  concerning  notice  requirements  for 
demolition  or  substantial  alteration  of  unreinforced  masonry 
buildings.   (Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Maher, 
Achtenberg,  Kennedy) 

File  114-92-5,   Ordinance  No.  226-92 

(Amends  Sections  302(a)  and  303(f).) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Unreinforced  Masonry  Buildings] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  (Residential  Hotel  Unit 
Conversion  and  Demolition  Ordinance)  to  permit  temporary  relocation 
of  tenants  within  the  same  residential  hotel  structure  to  allow 
seismic  retrofit  activities.   (Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden,  Alioto, 
Shelley,  Maher,  Achtenberg,  Kennedy) 

File  97-92-27,   Ordinance  No.  219-92 

(Amends  Section  41.19.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Unreinforced  Masonry  Buildings] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  requiring  owners  undertaking 
seismic  work  on  unreinforced  masonry  buildings  pursuant  to  Building 
Code  Chapters  14  and  15  to  reduce  their  tenants'  rents  for  lost  use 
during  construction  or  to  pay  relocation  expenses  up  to  a  maximum  of 

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$1500  per  dwelling  unit  per  month;  companion  measure  to  File 
114-92-4.1.   (Supervisors  Migden,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley) 

File  97-92-27.1,   Ordinance  No.  220-92 

(Adds  Chapter  65.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Bcitt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Sale  of  Surplus  Property] 

Ordinance  authorizing  the  sale  of  surplus  city-owned  property  to 
Mission  Housing  Development  Corporation,  for  development  of  50  units 
of  low-income  senior  housing;  and  to  adopt  findings  pursuant  to 
Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  96-92-4,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Membership  List] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  adding  six  and  deleting 
four  organizations  represented  by  the  Department  of  Treasurer/Tax 
Collector.   (Treasurer/Tax  Collector) 

File  97-92-25.2,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  16.6-22  and  16.6-23.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


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[Membership  List] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  to  correct  the  name  changes 
of  certain  organizations  in  which  the  Board  of  Supervisors  provide 
representation  for  the  City  and  County.   (Finance  Committee) 

File  97-92-25.3,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  16.6-1.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Street  Closure  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  (Temporary  Use  or  Occupancy 
of  Public  Streets)  to  increase  the  application  fee  for  temporary  use 
or  occupancy  of  public  streets  from  forty  dollars  to  eighty 
dollars.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  97-92-39,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  2.70-1.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Parking  Meter  Revenue  Allocation] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code  by  to  provide  that  in  fiscal  year 
1992-93  the  first  $8.0  million  in  parking  meter  revenues  will  be 
allocated  to  the  General  Fund  and  revenues  in  excess  of  $8.0  million 
will  be  allocated  to  the  Off-Street  Parking  Fund.   (Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  124-92-3.1,  Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  213.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 
Question  Divided;  Adopted  as  Divided 
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[Parking  Rate  Change) 

Resolution  approving  changes  in  parking  rates  at  City-owned  parking 

facilities.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  47-92-4,   Resolution  No.  582-92 

At  the  request  of  Supervisor  Hsieh,  the  question  was  divided 
with  respect  to  the  hotel  parking  rates  at  the  Sutter/Stockton  and 
Union  Square  Garages,  so  the  matter  could  be  considered  separately. 

The  roll  was  then  called  on  the  main  resolution,  as  divided,  and 
it  was  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 

Consideration  Continued 

[Awarding  Sub-concessionaire  Agreements  for  Hotel  Parking] 
Resolution  approving  hotel  parking  rates  and  requesting  the  Parking 
and  Traffic  Commission  consider,  investigate  and  initiate  an  open 
bidding  process  leading  to  the  evaluation  of  the  possibility  of 
awarding  sub-concessionaire  agreements  for  hotel  parking  at  the 
Sutter/Stockton  and  Union  Square  Garages. 

File  47-92-4.1,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  July  20,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Contracting  Award  Extension] 

Resolution  granting  extension  of  time  for  award  of  Hetch  Hetchy 
Contract  No.  HH-829,  O' Shaughnessy  Dam  Septic  System  Rehabilitation, 
Phase  II,  retroactive  to  May  26,  1992.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  61-92-4,   Resolution  No.  573-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote:  \ 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


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[Contract  Award  Extension] 

Resolution  granting  extension  of  time  for  awarding  Municipal  Railway 

Contract  No.  MR-898,  14  Mission  Line  Trolley  Overhead  Reconstruction 

(Phase  A,  Persia  Avenue  to  Daly  City  Loop).   (Public  Utilities 

Commission) 

File  61-92-5,   Resolution  No.  583-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Extension  of  Sublease  Lease] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  sublease  of  real  property 
required  by  the  Department  of  Public  Works  at  1170  Market  Street, 
7th  floor  for  use  as  offices  for  the  Personnel  and  Computer  Services 
Division,  retroactive  to  July  1,  1992.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-12,   Resolution  No.  587-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Extension  of  Existing  Real  Property  Leases] 

Resolution  authorizing  extensions  of  three  certain  existing  leases 
of  real  property  for  the  Department  of  Social  Services,  retroactiv( 
to  July  1,  1992.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-13,   Resolution.  No.  588-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Extension  of  Existing  Real  Property  Leases] 

Resolution  authorizing  extensions  of  eight  certain  existing  leases 
of  real  property  for  various  City  departments,  retroactive  to  July 
1,  1992.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-14,   Resolution  No.  589-92 


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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Lease  of  Property! 

Resolution  authorizing  renewals  and  extensions  of  nine  certain 
existing  leases  of  real  property  required  by  the  Retirement  System, 
Police  Department,  Department  of  Public  Works,  Fire  Department, 
Public  Utilities  Commission  and  the  Fine  Arts  Museum,  retroactive  to 
July  1,  1992.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-17,   Resolution  No.  592-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Lease  of  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  extension  of  an  existing  lease  of  real 
property  at  1625  Van  Ness  Avenue  for  offices  for  the  Department  of 
Social  Services'  Child  Welfare  Division,  retroactive  to  July  1, 
1992.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-19,   Resolution  No.  594-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Mayor  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and  expend  funds  in 
the  amount  of  $35,991,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount 
of  $1,980  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total  project  cost,  made 
available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a 
project  entitled  "Gang  Prevention  Program  GVSP" ,  and  agreeing  to 
provide  matching  funds  in  the  amount  of  $3,599.   (Mayor) 

File  68-92-8,   Resolution  No.  522-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Biitt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  Adult  Probation  Officer  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and 
expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $105,055,  which  includes  indirect 
costs  in  the  amount  of  $5,836  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total 
project  cost,  made  available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice 
Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Gang  Caseload  Component  of  the 
Intensive  Services  Unit",  and  agreeing  to  provide  matching  funds  in 
the  amount  of  $11,673.   (Adult  Probation  Department) 

File  130-92-3,   Resolution  No.  600-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Anti-Drug  Abuse  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  Adult  Probation  Officer  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and 
expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $188,400,  which  includes  indirect 
costs  in  the  amount  of  $9,370  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total 
project  costs  less  equipment  purchased,  made  available  through  the 
Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "San 
Francisco  Adult  Probation's  Drug  Abatement  Project".   (Adult 
Probation  Department) 

File  130-92-4,   Resolution  No.  601-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  District  Attorney  of  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco  to  apply,  retroactively,  for  funds  in  the  amount  of 
$112,970,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $5,649, 
based  on  five  percent  of  total  project  costs,  made  available  through 
the  Office  of  the  Attorney  General  for  the  operation  of  a  project 
entitled  "Child  Victim  Witness  Investigative  Pilot  Project",  for  the 
twelve  month  period  July  1,  1992  through  June  30,  1993.   (District 
Attorney) 

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File  138-92-2,   Resolution  No.  602-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  District  Attorney  of  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and  expend 
grant  funds  in  the  amount  of  $236,141,  which  includes  indirect  costs 
in  the  amount  of  $12,369  based  on  five  percent  of  total  project 
costs,  made  available  through  the  California  Office  of  Criminal 
Justice  Planning  for  the  operation  of  the  Career  Criminal  Program 
for  the  twelve  month  period  of  July  1,  1992  through  June  30,  1993 
and  agreeing  to  provide  cash  match  in  the  amount  of  $23,614. 
(District  Attorney) 

File  138-92-3,   Resolution  No.  603-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  District  Attorney  of  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and  expend 
funds  in  the  amount  of  $330,812,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in 
the  amount  of  $16,541  based  on  five  percent  of  total  project  costs, 
made  available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  i 
project  entitled  "San  Francisco  District  Attorney's  Drug  Abatement 
Project",  for  the  twelve  month  period  of  July  1,  1992  through  June 
30,  1993.   (District  Attorney) 

File  138-92-4,   Resolution  No.  604-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  Private  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  San  Francisco  Juvenile  Probation 
Department  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  grant  monies  from  the  San 
Francisco  Foundation  ($30,000)  and  Kaiser  Family  Foundation 

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($25,000)  for  the  development  of  a  multi-disciplinary  assessment 
instrument,  classification  system  and  workload  study;  waiving 
indirect  cost.   (Juvenile  Probation  Department) 

File  141-92-2,   Resolution  No.  605-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  of  Police  of  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and  expend  funds 
in  the  amount  of  $137,962,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $6,898  based  on  five  percent  of  total  project  costs,  made 
available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a 
project  entitled  "San  Francisco  Police  Department's  Drug  Abatement 
Project".   (Police  Commission) 

File  143-92-2,   Resolution  No.  606-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 

to  apply  for  a  grant  of  $99,534,  from  the  Health  Resources  and 

Services  Administration  to  fund  the  Field  Test  of  the  Uniform 

Reporting  System  Project;  waiving  indirect  costs  and  providing  for 

ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 

Health) 

File  146-92-36,   Resolution  No.  607-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Services,  Family  Health  Bureau,  to  apply  for, 
retroactively,  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $470,379,  which  includes 

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indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $20,530  based  on  ten  percent  of 
allowable  salaries  and  a  required  match  in  the  amount  of  $318,968, 
which  is  sixty-seven  percent  of  the  total  award,  from  the  State 
Department  of  Health  Services,  Maternal  Child  Health  Branch  for 
perinatal  outreach  services,  and  to  execute  a  contract  with  the 
State  for  $470,379  and  any  amendments  thereto  which  do  not  increas 
this  amount.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-37,   Resolution  No.  608-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Services,  Family  Health  Bureau,  to  accept  and  expend  . 
grant  of  $377,803,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of 
$9,811  based  on  ten  percent  of  allowable  salaries  and  a  required 
match  in  the  amount  of  $55,971,  which  is  14.8  percent  of  the  total 
award,  from  the  State  Department  of  Health  Services,  Maternal  Child 
Health  Branch  for  perinatal  and  related  services,  and  to  execute  a 
contract  with  the  State  for  $377,803  and  any  amendments  thereto 
which  do  not  increase  this  amount.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-38,   Resolution  No.  609-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Allocation  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health,  Bureau  of  Health  Promotion  and  Education,  to  accept 
and  expend  $2,127,666,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount 
of  $127,932  (consisting  of  $107,402  or  15  percent  of  total  personnel 
costs  including  fringe  benefits  for  the  Comprehensive  Tobacco 
Control  Plan,  and  $20,530  or  10  percent  of  salaries  for  Perinatal 
Outreach  Activities),  provided  that  the  Department  of  Public  Health 
expends  the  funds  consistent  with  the  1992-94  Comprehensive  Tobacco 
Control  Plan  and  Budget,  and  the  Supplemental  Perinatal  Outreach 
Plan  and  Budget;  placing  $863,831  on  reserve.   (Department  of  Public 
Health) 

File  146-92-46,   Resolution  No.  614-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

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Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Director  of  Public  Works  to  accept  and 
expend  Federal  funds  in  the  amount  of  $7,257,000  for  pavement 
renovation  of  various  streets  as  listed  in  this  resolution;  waiving 
indirect  costs;  placing  $7,257,000  on  reserve.   (Department  of 
Public  Works) 

File  148-92-4,   Resolution  No.  615-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Anti-Drug  Abuse  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Sheriff  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and  expend  funds  in 
the  amount  of  $84,558,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount 
of  $4,153  based  on  4.9  percent  of  the  total  project  costs,  made 
available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a 
project  entitled  "San  Francisco  Sheriff's  Drug  Abatement  Project". 
(Sheriff) 

File  152-92-2,   Resolution  No.  616-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 

Consideration  Continued 

[Redevelopment  Agency  Budget  and  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  the  budget  of  the  Redevelopment  Agency  for 
fiscal  year  1992-1993;  approving  and  authorizing  an  amendment  to  the 
indebtedness  limitation  agreement  between  the  Redevelopment  Agency 
and  the  City  and  County;  approving  the  issuance  by  the  Agency  of 
bonds  in  an  aggregate  principal  amount  not  to  exceed  $65,000,000  for 
the  purpose  of  financing  redevelopment  activities  in  fiscal  year 
1992-1993. 

File  161-92-4,   Resolution  No. 


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Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  July  20,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Adopted 

[State  Legislative  Representative] 

Resolution  ratifying  the  Mayor's  appointment  of  Peter  Finnegan  as 
the  State  Legislative  Representative  for  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco.   (Mayor) 

File  33-92-1,   Resolution  No.  620-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Gonzalez  -  1. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Senior  Services  Task  Force; 
making  findings  waiving  residency  requirement.   (Administration  and 
Oversight  Conunittee) 

File  92-92-21,   Resolution  No.  598-92 

(Geraldine  Erp; 
Peter  Ashe,  Recreation  and  Park  Department; 
Annette  Williams,  Municipal  Railway; 
George  W.  Tainter,  terms  expiring  July  1,  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Emergency  Medical  Care 

Committee.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

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File  92-92-28.1   Resolution  No.  599-92 

(Yuhura  Digdigan,  Nurses  Association,  vice  herself,  term  expired 
for  three-year  term  ending  June  30,  1995.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden  -  4. 

With  Recommendation  "DO  SUBMIT" 

(Pursuant  to  provisions  of  Rule  5.5  of  the  Board's  Rules  of 
Order,  at  least  seven  days  must  intervene  between  the  first 
appearance  of  a  proposed  Charter  amendment  before  the  Board  as  a 
referral  from  Committee,  and  any  Board  order  of  submission  to  the 
electorate. 

In  accordance  therewith,  consideration  of  the  following  Charter 
amendment  appropriately  may  be  continued  at  least  one  week.) 

Consideration  Continued 

[Charter  Amendment] 

Charter  amendment  (Second  Draft)  amending  Section  7.309  relating  to 
financing  construction  or  improvement  of  capital  facilities  or 
purchase  of  equipment.   (Supervisor  Hsieh) 

File  229-92-1 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  July  20,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden  -  4. 
Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Adopted 

[Street  Artist] 

Resolution  redesignating  one  selling  space  on  Grant  Avenue,  west 
side,  Geary  Street  to  Maiden  Lane,  for  street  artists  certified  by 
the  Art  Commission,  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  and  exempting 
said  space  from  the  regulation  prohibiting  selling  adjacent  to  a 
yellow  zone;  providing  for  an  annual  review  of  this  redesignat ion 
beginning  in  August  of  1993,  and  describing  the  purpose  of  the 
annual  review.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

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File  169-92-1,   Resolution  No.  617-92 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  July  20,  1992. 

Notion  to  continue  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 


[Street  Artists] 

Resolution  redesignating  for  six  months  two  selling  spaces  on  Beach 

Street,  northwest  corner,  at  Hyde  Street,  for  street  artists 

certified  by  the  Art  Commission,  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco, 

pursuant  to  Board  of  Supervisors  Resolution  No.  940-91.   (Supervisor 

Hallinan) 

File  169-92-2,   Resolution  No.  618-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 

COMMITTEE  REPORTS 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Consideration  Continued 

[Annual  Budget] 

Annual  Budget  for  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  for  Fiscal 

Year  1992-93.   (Mayor) 

File  100-92-1 


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(Administrative  Code  Section  3.5  provides  the  Board  shall  adopt 
the  Budget  not  earlier  than  July  15,  1992  nor  later  than  July 
26,  1992.) 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  as  recommendation  of  committee. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  July  20,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 


[Government  Funding] 

Annual  Appropriation  Ordinance  for  Fiscal  Year  1992-93.   (Mayor) 

An  ordinance  appropriating  all  estimated  receipts  and  all  estimated 
expenditures  for  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  for  fiscal 
year  ending  June  30,  1993. 

File  101-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  as  recommendation  of  Committee. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  July  20,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 


[Annual  Salary  Ordinance] 

Annual  Salary  Ordinance  for  Fiscal  Year  1992-93.   (Civil  Service 

Commission) 

An  ordinance  enumerating  all  positions  continued  or  created  by  the 
Board  of  Supervisors  in  adopting  the  annual  budget  and  appropriation 
ordinance  for  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1993;  continuing,  creating 
or  establishing  these  positions;  enumerating  and  including  therein 
all  positions  created  by  Charter  or  State  law  which  compensations 
are  paid  from  City  and  County  funds  and  appropriated  in  Annual 
Appropriation  Ordinance;  authorizing  appointments  or  continuation  of 
appointments,  thereto;  specifying  and  fixing  the  compensations  and 
work  schedules  thereof;  and  authorizing  appointments  to  temporary 
positions  and  fixing  compensation  therefor. 

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File  102-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  as  recommendation  of  Committee. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  July  20,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Shelley  E.  Salieri; 
Dehnert  Queen. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present) .   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required 

Adopted 

[Federal  Legislation] 

Resolution  endorsing  the  Sensible  Advertising  and  Family  Education 
Act  (HR  1443)  to  require  all  alcohol  beverage  advertising  and 
promotional  materials  to  carry  health  and  safety  warning  messages 
about  drinking  during  pregnancy  and  about  drinking  and  driving. 
(Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  13-92-10,   Resolution  No.  578-92 


(July  6,  1992 
1992.) 

Adopted. 


Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  13, 


[Backroom  Office  Space] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  request  the  City  Planning  Commission 


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to  survey  and  identify  areas  of  the  City  that  would  be  appropriate 
for  reclassification  to  permit  backroom  office  space.  (Supervisor 
Kennedy) 

File  189-92-1,   Resolution  No.  619-92 

(July  6,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  13, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy, 
Migden  -  5. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 


These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  reguired  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  reguire  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-28,   Resolution  No.  574-92 

(Frank  M.  Jordan,  Mayor,  July  11  -  15;  Louise  H.  Renne,  City 
Attorney,  July  11  -  16;  Raymond  J.  Baxter,  Ph.D.,  Director  of 
Health,  July  10  -  24  and  July  29;  Dale  Carlson,  member.  Library 
Commission,  July  4;  Genny  Lim,  member.  Art  Commission,  July  7  - 
20;  L.  L.  Litchfield,  Superintendent,  Bureau  of  Building 
Inspection,  August  28  -  September  4;  Patrick  A.  Murphy,  President, 
Airports  Commission,  July  21  -  August  17;  Kenneth  Romines,  member. 
Library  Commission,  July  1  -  3;  Barbara  Sklar,  member.  Art 
Commission,  July  7  -  17;  Albert  C.  Walker,  General  Manager,  Civil 
Service  Conunission,  August  18  -  30,  and  September  18  -  27;   Joanne 
Chow  Winship,  Director  of  Cultural  Affairs,  Art  Commission, 
August  8-18  and  September  5  -  12;  Roselyne  Swig,  member.  Library 
Commission,  July  10  -  16,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


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(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 


Adopted 

[SF  State  University  Nursing  Program] 

Resolution  urging  the  California  State  Legislature  to  protect  the 

California  State  University  budget  for  nursing  programs. 

File  12-92-33,   Resolution  No.  575-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[RU  486] 

Resolution  urging  the  Federal  Drug  Administration  to  return  the 
confiscated  abortion  drug  RU  486  to  Leona  Benton,  which  has  been 
brought  into  the  United  States  legally  and  for  the  purpose  of 
exercising  her  constitutional  rights. 

File  13-92-11,   Resolution  No.  576-92 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Belden  Place 

between  Bush  and  Pine  Streets,  Tuesday,  July  14,  1992,  11:00  a.m. 

until  2:00  a.m.,  Wednesday,  July  15,  1992  for  a  Bastille  Day 

Celebration. 

File  42-92-28,   Resolution  No.  577-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy, 
Migden  -  5. 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


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Referred  to  Committee 

[Parking  Tax  Surcharge] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code  by  adding  Section 
602.5-2,  which  suspends  five  percent  of  the  parking  tax  surcharge, 
effective  January  1,  1993.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  127-92-6 


Referred  to  Board 

[Youth  Employment  Program,  Federal  Funding] 

Resolution  memorializing  Congresswoman  Nancy  Pelosi  to  seek  on 
behalf  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  federal  funding  to 
guarantee  the  continuation  and  success  of  the  City's  Youth 
Employment  Program.   (Supervisors  Kennedy  and  Gonzalez  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  July  20,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  13-92-12 


[Jobs] 

Resolution  urging  San  Francisco's  Congressional  Delegation  to  oppose 
agreements  or  administrative  actions  that  would  undermine  jobs, 
health  and  safety  in  the  United  States.   (Supervisor  Shelley 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  July  20,  1992  For  Adoption  Without 
Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  13-92-13 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Redevelopment  Agency  Budget  and  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  an  amendment  to  the  Budget  of  the  Redevelopment 
Agency  of  the  City  and  County  for  fiscal  year  1992-93;  the  issuance 
of  not  to  exceed  $550,000  of  tax  allocation  bonds;  an  appropriation 
of  $55,000  for  fiscal  year  1992-93;  and  an  amendment  to  the 
indebtedness  limitation  agreement.   (Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  161-92-5 

[Childcare  Fund  Regulations] 

Resolution  adopting  regulations  governing  expenditures  of  monies 
contributed  by  sponsors  of  large-scale  office  and  hotel  developments 
to  the  Affordable  Child  Care  Fund.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez 
presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  213-92-1 

Referred  to  Board 


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[Youth  Employment  Program] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  establish  a  Youth  Employment  Program 
that  would  coordinate  year-round  youth  employment  services  in  the 
City  of  San  Francisco  and  requesting  that  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
receive  on  July  1,  1993,  a  report  describing  and  evaluating  the 
success  of  the  City  in  establishing,  funding  and  maintaining  a  Youth 
Employment  Program  during  fiscal  year  1992-93.   (Supervisors  Kennedy 
and  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  July  20,  1992  For 
Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  250-92-1 

[Youth  Employment  Program] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Public  Utilities  Commission 
to  provide  $500,000  for  the  funding  of  year  round  employment 
opportunities  for  African-American  youth,  Hispanic  youth  and  youth 
from  the  disadvantaged  neighborhoods  of  the  Mission,  Western 
Addition  and  the  Bayview-Hunters  Point;  urging  the  Redevelopment 
Agency  to  provide  $1,000,000  for  the  funding  of  year  round 
employment  opportunities  for  African-American  youth,  Hispanic  youth, 
and  youth  from  the  disadvantaged  neighborhoods  of  the  Mission, 
Western  Addition  and  the  Bayview-Hunters  Point;  urging  the  Mayor  to 
urge  the  Airports  Commission  and  the  Port  Commission  to  commit 
$1,000,000  each  per  year  for  the  next  five  years  to  insure  the 
continuing  operation  of  a  year-round  Youth  Employment  Program;  and 
urging  the  Housing  Authority  to  redirect  any  and  all  funds  that  may 
be  allocated  for  youth  services  to  assist  the  City's  Youth 
Employment  Program.   (Supervisors  Gonzalez  and  Kennedy  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  July  20,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  250-92-2 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-40.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Myrna  A.  Ragotero,  Roily  P.  Chan  against  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $8,000.  (City 
Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-41,   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Paul  Chan  against  Ali  Feroz  and  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $12,000.  (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  46-92-11.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
Stephen  Jones  v.  Nandi  D.  Sundaram,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum 
of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  46-92-12.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
Mary  Jean  Stalion  v.  Barry  Ross,  Lorence  Vogt,  et  al.,  upon  receipt 
of  the  sum  of  $7,750  and  dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

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File  101-92-3.   [Government  Funding]  Appropriating  $6,100,000, 
Department  of  Public  Works,  for  various  capital  improvement 
project.   (Controller)   Finance 

File  101-92-4.   [Government  Funding]  Appropriating  $135,778, 
Department  of  Public  Works,  for  various  purposes.   (Controller) 
Finance 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  10-92-1.   [Permit]  Granting  revocable  permission  to  111  Jones 
Streets  Limited  Partnership  to  install  a  P.G.  &  E.  transformer  vault 
under  the  sidewalk  fronting  111  Jones  Street  (Block  344,  Lot  21), 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   City  Services 

File  25-92-24.   [Contracting  Out  City  Services]  Concurring  with  the 
Controller's  certification  that  parking  meter  revenue  collection  can 
be  practically  performed  by  private  contractor  for  lower  cost  than 
similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees. 
(Department  of  Parking  iand  Traffic)   Finance 

File  28-92-8.   [Emergency  Repair]  Authorizing  the  Director  of  the 
Department  of  Public  Works  to  take  necessary  measures  to  protect  the 
health,  welfare  and  property  of  the  citizens  of  San  Francisco  by 
performing  the  necessary  work  to  clean  the  sewer  in  Fifth  Street 
between  Folsom  and  Bryant  Streets  -  $75,000.   (Department  of  Public 
Works)   Finance 

File  28-92-9.   [Emergency  Repair]  Authorizing  the  Director  of  the 
Department  of  Public  Works  to  take  necessary  measures  to  protect  the 
health,  welfare  and  property  of  the  citizens  of  San  Francisco  by 
performing  the  necessary  work  to  replace  the  failing  sewer  in 
Stockton  Street  between  Broadway  and  Pacific  Avenue  -  $74,940. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   Finance 

File  48-92-17.  [Settlement  of  Claim]  Approving  the  settlement  of 
the  unlitigated  claim  of  Merrill  D.  Necham  by  payment  of  $10,000. 
(City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  64-92-22.   [Lease  of  Property]  Authorizing  lease  of  real 
property  at  233  Post  Street  for  the  Fine  Arts  Museum.   (Real  Estate 
Department)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Hallinan,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Shell  Oil  requesting 
suspension  of  any  further  activity  of  their  toxics  incinerator  at 
the  property,  once  a  Shell  gas  station,  at  2198  Fell  Street  until 
the  safety  of  the  procedure  can  be  determined  and  a  meeting  is  held 
with  the  neighborhood. 


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By  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  motion  to  amend 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  Rules  of  Order  (4.20,  4.31),  which  would 
restrict  usage  of  the  Board's  immediate  adoption  rules,  including 
restriction  of  methods  to  pass  legislation  before  it  has  been 
available  to  the  public  for  30  days. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Acting 
Executive  Director,  Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic,  to  determine 
the  feasibility  of  installing  a  sign  such  as  "Slow  Down,  Children  at 
Play"  next  to  the  "Dead  End"  sign  in  the  400  block  of  Molimo  Drive. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director  of  Planning 
inquiring  as  to  the  status  of  permit  applications  submitted  by 
owners  of  property  on  Eighth  Avenue  for  work  related  to  the  Loma 
Prieta  earthquake  and  what  the  Department's  policy  is  with  regard  to 
Eighth  Avenue  permit  applications. 

By  Supervisor  Hallinan,  that  Budget  Analyst  be  requested  to  do  an 
audit  of  general  fund  monies  spent  on  cars  for  City  employees. 

Committee  Assignment 

Effective  July  8,  1992,  Supervisor  Achtenberg  was  appointed  by 
President  Shelley  to  serve  as  Vice-Chair  of  the  Economic  and  Social 
Policy  Committee,  vice  Supervisor  Angela  Alioto. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Thom  Bartasavage  (Supervisor  Britt) 
Michael  Ramos  (Supervisor  Britt) 
Natalie  Byrd  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  2-92-28 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:34  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


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N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on    fehmoAy  22,   1993 


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I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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Monday,  July  20,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 


The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:47  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Migden  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:49  p.m. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  was  noted  present  at  2:50  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hallinan  was  noted  present  at  2:50  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  was  noted  present  at  2:57  p.m. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Lease  Amendment] 

Ordinance  approving  Second  Amendment  to  lease  between  Mission  Creek 
Harbor  Association  and  the  City  and  County  operating  by  and  through 
the  San  Francisco  Port  Commission.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  65-92-9,   Ordinance  No.  241-92 

Finally  passed. 


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Momlay,  July  20,  1992 


(Sale  of  Surplus  PropeityJ 

Ordinance  authorizing  the  sale  of  surplus  City-owned  property  to 
Mission  Housing  Development  Corporation,  for  development  of  50  unit! 
of  low-income  senior  housing;  and  to  adopt  findings  pursuant  to 
Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  96-92-4,   Ordinance  No.  243-92 

Finally  passed. 


[Membership  List] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  to  add  six  and  delete  four 
organizations  represented  by  the  Department  of  Treasurer/Tax 
Collector.   (Treasurer/Tax  Collector) 

File  97-92-25.2,   Ordinance  No.  244-92 

(Amends  Sections  16.6-22  and  16.6-23.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Membership  List] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  to  correct  the  name  changes 
of  certain  organizations  in  which  the  Board  of  Supervisors  provide 
representation  for  the  City  and  County.   (Finance  Committee)         J 

File  97-92-25.3,   Ordinance  No.  245-92 

(Amends  Sections  16.6-1.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Street  Closure  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  (Temporary  Use  or  Occupancy 
of  Public  Streets)  to  increase  the  application  fee  for  temporary  use 
or  occupancy  of  public  streets  from  forty  dollars  to  eighty 
dollars.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  97-92-39,   Ordinance  No.  246-92 

(Amends  Section  2.70-1.) 

Finally  passed. 


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[Parking  Meter  Revenue  Allocation] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  to  provide  that  in  fiscal  year 
1992-93  the  first  $8.0  million  in  parking  meter  revenues  will  be 
allocated  to  the  General  Fund  and  revenues  in  excess  of  $8.0  million 
will  be  allocated  to  the  Off-Street  Parking  Fund.   (Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  124-92-3.1,  Ordinance  No.  247-92 

(Amends  Section  213.) 

Finally  passed. 

Adopted 

[Sublease  of  Property] 

Ordinance  authorizing  and  approving  sublease  of  City-owned  property 
at  25  Van  Ness  Avenue,  portion  of  First  Floor  (Lot  4,  Block  834)  to 
the  Veterans  Administration,  commencing  August  1,  1992.   (Real 
Estate  Department) 

File  65-92-10,   Ordinance  No.  242-92 

Adopted. 


[Contracting  Out  City  Services] 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 

parking  meter  revenue  collection  can  be  practically  performed  by 

private  contractor  for  lower  cost  than  similar  work  services 

performed  by  City  and  County  employees.   (Department  of  Parking  and 

Traffic) 

File  25-92-24,   Resolution  No.  630-92 

Adopted. 


[Emergency  Repair] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Director  of  the  Department  of  Public 
Works  to  take  necessary  measures  to  protect  the  health,  welfare  and 
property  of  the  citizens  of  San  Francisco  by  performing  the 
necessary  work  to  clean  the  sewer  in  Fifth  Street  between  Folsom  and 
Bryant  Streets  -  $75,000.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  28-92-8,   Resolution  No.  631-92 

Adopted. 


[Performance  Contract  for  Mental  Health  Services] 

Resolution  approving  the  San  Francisco  City  and  County  Performance 
Contract  for  mental  health  services  in  Fiscal  year  1991-92. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

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File  30-92-7,   Resolution  No.  633-92 
Adopted. 


[Lease  of  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  lease  of  real  property  at  233  Post  Street  for 

the  Fine  Arts  Museum.   (Real  Estate  Department) 


File  64-92-22,   Resolution  No.  638-92 
Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds! 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Services,  Special  Programs  for  Youth  as  a  sub-grantee, 
in  collaboration  with  Northern  California  Pediatric  AIDS  Treatment 
Center  as  prime  grantee,  to  accept  and  expend  an  allocation  of 
$244,840  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $11,659 
based  on  five  percent  of  direct  costs,  from  the  National  Institute 
of  Health,  National  Institute  of  Allergy  and  Infectious  Disease,  for 
establishing  clinical  trial  subunits  and  health  services  for  youth. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 


File  146-92-29,   Resolution  No.  643-92 
Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health,  Special  Project  for  Youth,  to  accept  and  expend  a 
grant  of  $90,466  from  the  Larkin  Street  Youth  Center  as  the  primary 
grantee  of  a  grant  from  the  Health  Resources  and  Services 
Administration,  for  comprehensive  health  care  to  high  risk  and 
HIV-positive  youth;  waiving  indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public 
Health) 

File  146-92-49,   Resolution  No.  644-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  not  to  exceed  $2,615,796  which  includes 
indirect  costs  not  to  exceed  $75,322  based  on  ten  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  California  Department  of  Health  Services 
to  continue  funding  the  Master  Grant  Agreement;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health) 

File  146-92-51,   Resolution  No.  646-92 

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Adopted. 
Reconunendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

(Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Michael  B.  Davis 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $17,500 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-26,   Ordinance  No.  230-92 

(United  State  District  Court  No.  C-90-2299DLJ. ) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Ray  McCowan 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $16,000 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-31,   Ordinance  No.  231-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  045-423.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Essel  and  Homer 
Magat  against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of 
$26,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-32,   Ordinance  No.  232-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  934-944.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Jay  Endicott 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $6,000 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-33,   Ordinance  No.  233-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  938-244.) 

Finally  passed. 


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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit.  J 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County  of 

San  Francisco  v.  Terminals  Equipment  Company,  Inc.,  for  $7,500,000 

plus  interest  at  six  percent  annually  from  December  1,  1991.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-34,   Ordinance  No.  234-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  927-015.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Herbert  R.  Odom 
and  Jean  Odom  against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  William 
Otoshi,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $8,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-35,   Ordinance  No.  235-92 

(Superior  Court  935-209.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Sherry  Walker  and 
Nancy  Amaya  against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment 
of  $60,082.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-36,   Ordinance  No.  236-92 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C91-0566  BAC.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Shou  Wong  against 

the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $14,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-37,   Ordinance  No.  237-92 

(Superior  Court  912-725.) 

Finally  passed.  ^ 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Helen  Simon 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  et  al.  by  jpayment  of 
$14,000.   (City  Attorney) 

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File  45-92-38.   Ordinance  No.  238-92 
(Superior  Court  936-815.) 
Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit! 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco  against  the  State  of  California,  by 
receiving  payment  of  $190,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-9,   Ordinance  No.  239-92 

(Superior  Court  Nos .  892-764,  900-689,  901-100,  910-062, 
911-406,  913-858,  904-334,  918-198.) 


Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco  against  Victoria  A.  Esmas  for  $12,500  to  be 
paid  to  the  General  Fund.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-10,   Ordinance  No.  240-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  929-386) 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Adopted 

[Parking  of  Vehicles] 

Resolution  extending  the  boundaries  of  Residential  Permit  Parking 
Area  "U"  in  the  South  of  Market  area;  and  adding  Bonifacio,  Dore, 
Langton,  Lapu-Lapu,  Mabini,  Rizal,  and  Tandang  Sora  Streets  to  the 
list  of  streets  upon  which  time  limitations  shall  apply.  (Parking 
and  Traffic  Department) 

File  40-92-5,   Resolution  No.  634-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 

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REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendat ions  of  Finance  Committee 


Adopted 

[Annual  Budget] 

Annual  Budget  for  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  for  Fiscal 

Year  1992-93.   (Mayor) 

File  100-92-1 

(Administrative  Code  Section  3.5  provides  the  Board  shall  adopt 
the  Budget  not  earlier  than  July  15,  1992  nor  later  than  July 
26,  1992.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Hsieh  -  1. 


[Early  Retirement  Positions  in  92-93  Budget] 

Motion  confirming  the  placement  in  the  1992-1993  fiscal  year  budget 
of  35  net  positions  vacated  due  to  the  early  retirement  program  that 
would  otherwise  be  automatically  abolished  under  the  provisions  of 
Proposition  A. 

File  100-92-1.1 

Supervisor  Hsieh  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  adoption. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  stated  that  this  motion  is  required  under 
Charter  Section  8.517-2  because  of  the  966  non-mandated  positions 
vacated  as  a  result  of  early  retirement  (Proposition  A,  November 
1991)  only  465  positions  were  abolished  from  the  budget.   The 
charter  states  at  least  500  or  50  percent  of  the  vacant, 
non-mandated  positions  shall  be  abolished;  but  upon  recommendation 
of  the  Mayor,  the  Board  of  Supervisors,  by  a  two-thirds  vote,  may 
restore  some  of  the  positions  in  the  1992-93  budget. 

In  response  to  Supervisor  Hsieh's  inquiry,  the  Clerk  of  the 
Board  stated  that  adoption  of  the  main  motion  will  confirm  the 
placement  in  the  1992-93  budget,  as  recommended  by  the  Mayor  and 
Finance  Committee,  of  35  positions  vacated  due  to  the  early 
retirement  program. 


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The  roll  was  called  on  the  main  motion  and  it  was  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 


Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Government  Funding] 

Annual  Appropriation  Ordinance  for  Fiscal  Year  1992-93.   (Mayor) 

An  ordinance  appropriating  all  estimated  receipts  and  all  estimated 
expenditures  for  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  for  fiscal 
year  ending  June  30,  1993. 

File  101-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Hsieh  -  1. 

Adopted 

[Appropriations] 

Motion  authorizing  the  Controller  to  adjust  interdepartmental 
appropriations,  make  necessary  transfers  to  correct  objects  of 
expenditures,  classifications  and  to  correct  clerical  or 
computational  errors  as  may  be  ascertained  by  the  Controller  to 
exist  in  the  1992-93  annual  budget  as  adopted  by  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  and  directing  the  Clerk  of  the  Board  to  notify  the 
Controller . 

File  101-92-2.1 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Alioto,  moved 
adoption. 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy, Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Annual  Salary  Ordinance] 

Annual  Salary  Ordinance  for  Fiscal  Year  1992-93.   (Civil  Service 

Commission) 

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An  ordinance  enumeratiny  all  positions  continued  or  created  by  the 
Board  of  Supervisors  in  adopting  the  annual  budget  and  appropriation 
ordinance  for  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1993. 

File  102-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Parking  Rate  Change] 

((Resolution  approving  hotel  parking  rates  and  requesting  the 
Parking  and  Traffic  Commission  consider,  investigate  and  initiate  an 
open  bidding  process  leading  to  the  evaluation  of  the  possibility  of 
awarding  sub-concessionaire  agreements  for  hotel  parking  at  the 
Sutter/Stockton  and  Union  Square  Garages.))   (Department  of  Parking 
and  Traffic) 

Resolution  approving  hotel  parking  rates  and  requesting  the  Parking 
and  Traffic  Commission  consider  and  initiate  an  open  bidding  process 
leading  to  the  awarding  of  sub-concessionaire  agreements  for  hotel 
parking  at  the  Sutter/Stockton  and  Union  Square.  Garages . 

File  47-92-4.1,   Resolution  No.  635-92 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  amend 
to  increase  the  rates  at  both  garages  to  $12.00. 

Motion  to  amend  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Hsieh,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Alioto,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole,  entitled  "Resolution  approving  hotel  parking 
rates  and  requesting  the  Parking  and  Traffic  Commission  consider  and 
initiate  an  open  bidding  process  leading  to  the  awarding  of 
sub-concessionaire  agreements  for  hotel  parking  at  the 
Sutter/Stockton  and  Union  Square  Garages." 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Hsieh,  Kennedy  -  2. 
Resolution  adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Hsieh,  Kennedy  -  2. 

Rereferred  to  Conunittee 

[Redevelopment  Agency  Budget  and  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  the  budget  of  the  Redevelopment  Agency  for 
fiscal  year  1992-1993;  approving  and  authorizing  an  amendment  to  the 
indebtedness  limitation  agreement  between  the  Redevelopment  Agency 
and  the  City  and  County;  approving  the  issuance  by  the  Agency  of 
bonds  in  an  aggregate  principal  amount  not  to  exceed  $65,000,000  for 
the  purpose  of  financing  redevelopment  activities  in  fiscal  year 
1992-1993.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  161-92-4,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  to 
rerefer  to  Finance  Committee  with  direction  to  report  back  next 
Monday,  July  27,  1992. 

Motion  to  rerefer  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

From  Administration  and  Oversight  Conunittee 
With  Recommendation  "DO  SUBMIT" 


Ordered  Submitted 

[Charter  Amendment] 

Charter  amendment  (Second  Draft)  amending  Section  7.309  relating  to 
financing  construction  or  improvement  of  capital  facilities  or 
purchase  of  equipment.   (Supervisor  Hsieh) 

File  229-92-1 

Ordered  submitted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Business  Advisory  Commission] 

Ordinance  repealing  existing  provisions  of  Administrative  Code, 

abolishing  the  Bureau  of  Small  Business  and  Small  Business  Advisory 


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Conunission,  and  establishing  a  Business  Advisory  Commission  within 
the  Mayor's  Office  of  Economic  Planning  and  Development. 
(Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  97-92-19,   Ordinance  No. 

(Repeals  and  adds  Article  III,  Chapter  5.) 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  moved 
amendment  to  add  one  member  representing  the  San  Francisco  Labor 
Council  and  one  member  representing  the  San  Francisco  Building  and 
Construction  Trades  Council,  thereby  increasing  the  membership  from 
15  to  17  members. 

Motion  to  amend  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  4. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Migden  -  7. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Shelley,  moved  to 
amend  so  that  appointments  are  "subject  to  confirmation  by  the  Board 
of  Supervisors". 

After  a  period  of  debate,  there  being  no  objection.  Supervisor 
Gonzalez  withdrew  the  motion  to  amend. 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Britt,  moved  to  amend 
page  one,  line  24,  after  "members"  by  inserting  ",  of  which  seven 
shall  be  appointed  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  and  eight";  amend 
page  two,  line  18,  after  "districts"  by  inserting  ",  of  which  four 
shall  be  appointed  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors";  amend  page  two, 
line  20,  after  "employees"  by  inserting  ",  of  which  one  shall  be 
appointed  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors";  amend  page  two,  line  22, 
after  "employees"  by  inserting  ",  of  which  one  shall  be  appointed  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors";  and  page  two,  line  24,  after  "community" 
by  inserting  ",  of  which  one  shall  be  appointed  by  the  Board  of 
Supervisors" . 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 


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NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Emergency  Repair! 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Director  of  the  Department  of  Public 
Works  to  take  necessary  measures  to  protect  the  health,  welfare  and 
property  of  the  citizens  of  San  Francisco  by  performing  the 
necessary  work  to  replace  the  failing  sewer  in  Stockton  Street 
between  Broadway  and  Pacific  Avenue  -  $107,034.   (Department  of 
Public  Works) 

File  28-92-9,   Resolution  No.  632-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Naher,  Nigden,  Shelley  -  11. 


[Authorization  to  Expend  Private  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  Department  of  Public  Works  to  accept  $5,176 

monetary  compensation  from  property  owners  for  the  higher  cost  of 

procuring  and  installing  special  ornamental  street  light  poles  in 

Upper  Ashbury  Undergrounding  District  309,  Phase  2C.   (Supervisor 

Hallinan) 

File  52-92-4,   Resolution  No.  636-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Extending  Duration  and  Increasing  Contract  Cost] 

Resolution  approving  Contract  Modification  No.  2  to  Water  Department 
Contract  WD-2088,  repaving  of  street  and  sidewalk  openings  for  the 
Water  Department  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1992.   (Public 
Utilities  Commission) 

File  61-92-6,   Resolution  No.  637-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

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[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for 
accept  and  expend  $28,814,387  from  1991-92  State  Proposition  116 
Clean  Air  and  Transportation  Improvement  Act  funds  and  $3,884,743 
from  local  match  funds  to  provide  financing  including  $1,904,354  of 
estimated  indirect  costs  for  nine  Municipal  Railway  capital 
projects;  placing  $17,152,101  on  reserve.   (Public  Utilities 
Commission) 

File  94-92-3,   Resolution  No.  639-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Grant  -  Regional  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for 
and  accept  $3.1  million  of  Bridge  Toll  Funds  for  SFMRIC  lease 
payments  and  $51.6  million  of  regional  funds  such  as  Federal  Transit 
Administration  Sections  8  and  9  Operating  Revenues,  Transportation 
Development  Act  (TDA) ,  State  Transit  Assistance  (STA),  AB  1107 
half-cent  sales  tax,  and  Bay  Area  Rapid  Transit  District  funds  for 
1992-93  Municipal  Railway  operations  and  authorizing  the  expenditure 
of  the  Section  8  Planning  funds.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  94-92-4,   Resolution  No.  640-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  $1,704,000  including  an  estimated  $81,792  of 
indirect  costs  from  1992-93  State  Traffic  System  Management  funds 
for  the  Municipal  Railway  or  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend 
available  Federal  Petroleum  Violation  Escrow  Account  funds  to 
support  signal  system  pre-emption  and  other  energy  efficient 
transportation  improvements;  placing  $1,312,080  on  reserve.   (Public 
Utilities  Commission) 

File  94-92-5,   Resolution  No.  641-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

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Absent:   Supervisors  BtiLt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of 
Toxics,  Health  and  Safety  Services,  to  accept  and  expend, 
retroactive  to  June  1,  1992,  a  grant  of  $49,950,  which  includes 
indirect  costs  of  $3,800  based  on  twenty  percent  of  Department  of 
Public  Health  salaries  from  the  California  Department  of  Fish  and 
Game  for  the  development  of  the  San  Francisco  Oil  Spill  Prevention 
and  Response  Plan.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-21.1,   Resolution  No.  642-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental  allocation  of  $150,000  from  the 
California  Department  of  Health  Services  to  continue  funding  the 
AIDS  Drug  Program;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously 
taken;  waiving  indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-50,   Resolution  No.  645-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

Recommendation  of  Finance^and  City  Services  Committees 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Building  Code,  to  impose  fees  for  administering 

the  unreinforced  masonry  building  retrofit  program.   (Supervisor 

Achtenberg) 

File  114-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Section  333.5.) 

(July  7,  1992  -  Fiscal  Impact.   Transferred  from  City  Services 
Committee. ) 


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Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

Reconunendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Consideration  Continued 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 
against  Robert  C.  Pritikin  for  $100,000,  $95,120  to  be  paid  to  the 
General  Fund  and  building  permit  penalities  of  $4,880  to  be  paid 
directly  to  the  Bureau  of  Building  Inspection.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  937-333.) 

Supervisor  Alioto,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  August  10,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

COMMITTEE  REPORTS 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Suspending  five  percent  of  Parking  Tax  Surcharge] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code  by  adding  Section 
602.5-2,  which  suspends  five  percent  of  the  Parking  Tax  Surcharge, 
effective  January  1,  1993  or  after,  the  suspension  going  into  effect 
only  upon  the  approval  of  a  supplemental  appropriation  that 
increases  the  general  fund  contributed  revenue  reserves  in  fiscal 
year  1992-93  to  $12,808,163  as  certified  by  the  Controller. 
(Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  127-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  as  recommendation  of  committee. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  amend 
to  change  the  amount  of  the  general  fund  contributed  revenue 
reserves  from  "12,808,163"  to  "8,400,000". 


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Motion  to  amend  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Naher  -  5. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hsieh  -  2. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Dehnert  Queen; 
Charles  Doe. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 

Severed  from  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 

Supervisor  Conroy  requested  that  the  following  measures  be 
severed  from  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 
and  considered  separately. 

Referred  to  Joint  Economic  and  Social 
Policy/City  Services  Committee 

[Youth  Employment  Program] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  establish  a  Youth  Employment  Program 
that  would  coordinate  year  round  youth  employment  services  in  the 
City  of  San  Francisco  and  requesting  that  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
receive  on  July  1,  1993,  a  report  describing  and  evaluating  the 
success  of  the  City  in  establishing,  funding  and  maintaining  a  Youth 
Employment  Program  during  fiscal  year  1992-93.   (Supervisors 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez) 

File  250-92-1,   Resolution  No. 


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At  the  request  of  Supervisor  Conroy,  referred  to  Joint  Economic 
and  Social  Policy/City  Services  Committee. 

(Youth  Employment  Program] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Public  Utilities  Commission 
to  provide  $500,000  for  the  funding  of  year  round  employment 
opportunities  for  African-American  youth,  Hispanic  youth,  and  youth 
from  the  disadvantaged  neighborhoods  of  the  Mission,  Western 
Addition  and  the  Bayview-Hunters  Point;  urging  the  Redevelopment 
Agency  to  provide  $1,000,000  for  the  funding  of  year  round 
employment  opportunities  for  African-American  youth,  Hispanic  youth, 
and  youth  from  the  disadvantaged  neighborhoods  of  the  Mission, 
Western  Addition  and  the  Bayview-Hunters  Point;  urging  the  Mayor  to 
urge  the  Airports  Commission  and  the  Port  Commission  to  commit 
$1,000,000  each  per  year  for  the  next  five  years  to  insure  the 
continuing  operation  of  a  year  round  Youth  Employment  Program;  and 
urging  the  Housing  Authority  to  redirect  any  and  all  funds  that  may 
be  allocated  for  youth  services  to  assist  the  City's  Youth 
Employment  Program.   (Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy) 

File  250-92-2,   Resolution  No. 

At  the  request  of  Supervisor  Conroy,  referred  to  Joint  Economic 
and  Social  Policy/City  Services  Committee. 

The  Board  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following  items  on 
the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 

Adopted 

[Jobs] 

Resolution  urging  San  Francisco's  Congressional  Delegation  to  oppose 

agreements  or  administrative  actions  that  would  undermine  jobs, 

health  and  safety  in  the  United  States.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  13-92-13,  Resolution  No.  629-92 

(July  13,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  20, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Youth  Employment  Program,  Federal  Funding] 

Resolution  memorializing  Congresswoman  Nancy  Pelosi  to  seek  on 
behalf  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  federal  funding  to 
guarantee  the  continuation  and  success  of  the  City's  Youth 
Employment  Program.   (Supervisors  Kennedy,  Gonzalez) 

File  13-92-12,   Resolution  No.  628-92 


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(July  13,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  20, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Conunittee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-29,   Resolution  No.  622-92 

(Willie  B.  Kennedy,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  July  30  - 
August  9;  Mary  I.  Callanan,  Treasurer,  July  24  -  August  4; 
Michael  P.  Huerta,  Executive  Director,  Port,  July  27  -  30; 
Douglas  F.  Wong,  President,  Port  Commission,  July  11  -  20,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar.) 

Adopted 

[San  Francisco  Unity  Day] 

Resolution  declaring  July  23,  1992  "San  Francisco  Day  of  Unity: 

Improving  Race  Relations". 

File  4-92-13,   Resolution  No.  623-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

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[Conunendation] 

Resolution  honoring  Muwekma  Ohlone  Tribe. 

File  6-92-13,   Resolution  No.   624-92 

Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Alioto  presented  for  immediate 
adoption. 

Adopted. 


[State  Legislation] 

Resolution  opposing  Senate  Bill  1757  which  increases  the  showing 
necessary  for  public  agencies  to  take  by  eminent  domain  privately 
owned  property  which  is  used  for  providing  public  utilities. 

File  12-92-34,   Resolution  No.  625-92 

Supervisor  Migden  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


[State  Legislation) 

Resolution  supporting  AB  3087,  relating  to  the  improvement  ot 
children's  health  and  safety  and  a  new  funding  mechanism  for  child 
care  licensing  activities  and  children's  services. 

File  12-92-35,   Resolution  No.  626-92 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


[Ballpark  Advisory  Committee  Report] 

Resolution  amending  Resolution  No.  336-91,  which  created  a  Ballpark 
Advisory  Committee  to  solicit  and  review  proposals  for  the  purpose 
of  retaining  the  San  Francisco  Giants  Baseball  Team  in  San 
Francisco,  by  extending  to  September  30,  1992,  the  time  by  which  the 
committee  shall  report  its  findings  to  the  Board  of  Supervisors. 

File  174-92-1.2,   Resolution  No.  627-92 

Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervibois  Acit t  iihei g,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Miqden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Board 

[Affordable  Housing] 

Resolution  commending  the  Council  of  Conununity  Housing  Organizations 
(CCHO)  for  its  successful  efforts  to  provide  permanently  affordable 
housing  opportunities  for  all  San  Franciscans.   (Supervisor  Shelley 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  July  27,  1992  For  Adoption  Without 
Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  6-92-14 


[Permit] 

Resolution  granting  revocable  permission  to  Catellus  Development 
Corporation  to  construct  a  golf  driving  range  and  other  related 
improvements  in  Owens  Street  and  Sixth  Street  in  the  "Mission  Bay* 
project  area  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code 
Section  101.1.   (Supervisor  Maher  presented.)   Referred  to  Board 
July  27,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  10-92-2 


[California  Arts  Council] 

Resolution  urging  the  California  State  Delegation  to  oppose  further 
cuts  in  the  budget  of  the  California  Arts  Council.   (Supervisor 
Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  July  27,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  12-92-25.2 

[Central  California  Regional  Studies  Program] 

Resolution  authorizing  application  and  acceptance  of  an  extension  to 
the  Coastal  County  Offshore  Energy  Assistance  Program  Block  Grant  to 
December  31,  1992,  retroactive  to  April  1,  1992,  in  order  to  allow 
for  San  Francisco's  continuing  involvement  in  the  regional  studies 
program  and  its  efforts  towards  completing  the  work  program  for  the 
lease/sale  participation  and  review  program  element.   (Supervisor 
Alioto  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  July  27,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  134-92-1 


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Ch  •  t  tet  Amendment 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Ballot  Measure] 

Draft  charter  amendment  (First  Draft)  amending  Section  3.674 
relating  to  the  funding  ot  the  retirement  system.   (Supervisor 
Conroy  presented.)   Refer led  to  Administration  and  Oversight 
Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  a  special  meeting  on  July 
27,  1992. 

File  251-92-1 

Requests  for  Hearings 

File  7-92-4,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  proposal  to  install 
two  side  tracks,  known  as  pocket  tracks;  to  merge  the  M  and  J  lines 
and  to  change  the  Number  26  bus  line.   Referred  to  Economic  and 
Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  60-92-6,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:   To  consider  the  Registrar  of 
Voters  options  for  designing  the  ballot  card  to  accommodate  an  extra 
long  ballot.   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 
with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  July  28,  1992  meeting. 

File  109-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  the 
reorganization  plan  of  the  San  Francisco  Residential  Rent 
Stabilization  and  Arbitration  Board  and  its  impact  on  services  to 
low  income  and  low  rent  tenants.   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social 
Policy  Committee. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  27-92-5.   [Airport  -  Lease  Modification]  Approving  Modification 
No.  1  of  lease  agreement  between  City  College  of  San  Francisco  and 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  acting  by  and  through  its  Airports 
Commission.   (Airports  Commission)   Finance 

File  45-92-42.   [CCP  Section  998  Offer  of  Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 
Authorizing  Code  of  Civil  Procedure  Section  998  offer  of  settlement 
of  litigation  of  Brian  Bringardner  against  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $88,000.  (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-43.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Stephen  H.  Soo  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $6,500.  (City  Attorney)   Administration  and 
Oversight 


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File  45-92-44.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Deborah  and  James  De'Angelis  against  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $17,500.  (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  46-92-13.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  v.  Loretta  R.  Varni 
Administratrix  of  the  Estate  of  Dolores  Wooldridge  deceased  and 
consolidated  action  Loretta  R.  Varni  individually,  and  as 
Administratrix  v  CCSF,  et  al.  by  accepting  consideration  in  the 
total  amount  of  $100,000  payable  in  cash  and  in  the  form  of  a 
stipulated  judgment  against  the  Estate  of  Dolores  Wooldridge;  and  by 
accepting  an  indemnity  agreement  from  the  Administratrix  of  the 
Estate  of  Dolores  Wooldridge.   (Tax  Collector)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  46-92-14.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
Stephen  C.  Flahaven  v.  Richard  A.  La  Cava,  et  al.,  and  related 
actions,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  less  one-half  costs  and 
dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  46-92-15.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authoi izing  settlement  of 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  v.  John  Lloyd  Hipp,  et  al.,  upon 
receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of  complaint.   (City 
Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  47-92-5.   [Garage  Lease  Documents]  Approving  and  adopting 
Polk-Bush  Garage  legal  documents  and  authorization  for  \management 
agreement.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  97-92-42.   [Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund]  Amending 
Administrative  Code,  by  amending  Section  10.117-73,  to  require  that 
the  Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund  be  continued  using  penalty 
revenues  pursuant  to  Government  Code  Sections  76000  and  76104,  to 
require  that  the  moneys  in  such  fund  be  payable  only  for  the 
purposes  specified  in  Government  Code  Section  76104,  and  to  make 
changes  pursuant  to  recent  amendments  to  Health  and  Safety  Code 
Sections  1797.98a  through  1797. 98g.   (Municipal  Court)   Finance 

File  9'7-92-43.   [Automated  Fingerprint  Identification  Fund]  Amending 
Administrative  Code,  by  amending  Section  10.117-108,  to  establish 
the  Automated  Fingerprint  Identification  Fund  pursuant  to  Government 
Code  Section  76102,  to  require  that  the  moneys  in  such  fund  be 
payable  only  for  the  purposes  set  forth  in  Government  Code  Section 
76102,  and  to  renumber  Charter  Section  6.311  to  6.306;  companion 
measure  to  File  Nos.  97-92-42,  97-92-43.1  and  97-92-44.1. 
(Municipal  Court)   Finance 

File  97-92-44.   [Courthouse  Construction  Fund]  Amending 
Administrative  Code,  by  amending  Section  10.117-35,  to  rename  the 
"Courthouse  Temporary  Construction  Fund",  the  "Courthouse 
Construction  Fund",  to  require  that  surcharge  on  filing  fees  in  the 
Municipal  and  Superior  Courts  and  penalty  assessments  provided  in 
Government  Code  Section  76000  be  deposited  in  such  fund,  and  to 


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require  that  the  moneys  dep<  :-  •  ed  in  such  fund  be  used  only  for  the 
purposes  set  forth  in  Government  Code  Sections  76000,  76100  and 
76238;  companion  measure  to  File  97-92-44.1.   (Municipal  Court) 
Finance 

File  101-92-5.   [Government  Funding]  Appropriating  $9,916, 
Department  of  Public  Works,  for  capital  improvement  project  (Hall  of 
Justice  Parking  Lot  Expansion)  and  certifying  $9,916  from  capital 
improvement  project  (Hall  of  Justice  Parking  Lot  Expansion),  to 
cover  overage  above  ten  percent  of  contracted  amount  pursuant  to 
provisions  of  Charter  Section  7.203;  providing  for  ratification  of 
action  previously  taken.   (Controller)   Finance 

File  164-92-2.1.   [Street  Vacation]  Ordering  vacation  of  a  portion 
of  Keith  Street  located  between  Newcomb  and  LaSalle  Avenues,  and 
authorizing  conveyance  thereof  to  the  owner  of  the  abutting  property 
(San  Francisco  Redevelopment  Agency);  and  finding  such  actions  are 
in  conformity  with  the  Master  Plan;  companion  measure  to  File 
164-92-2.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  48-92-18.   [Settlement  of  Claim]  Approving  the  settlement  of 
the  unlitigated  claim  of  Jose  Alarcon  by  payment  of  $15,000.   (City 
Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  53-92-3.   [Islais  Creek  Transport  Storage  &  Project 
Modifications]  Adopting  Final  Negative  Declaration,  finding  and 
determining  that  the  proposed  construction  of  the  Islais  Creek 
Transport/Storage  Project  Modifications  will  have  no  significant 
impact  on  the  environment,  and  adopting  and  incorporating  findings 
of  Final  Negative  Declaration;  companion  measure  to  File  53-92-3.1. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   City  Services 

File  53-92-3.1.   [Islais  Creek  Transport  Storage  and  Project 
Modifications]  Approving  construction  of  the  Department  of  Public 
Works  for  the  construction  of  the  Islais  Creek  Transport  and  Storage 
Project  Modifications;  companion  measure  to  File  53-92-3. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   City  Services 

File  89-92-11.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  1275  Manager,  Bureau  of  Personnel  and  Training 
(PUC)  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Office  of  the 
Mayor's  Employee  Relations  Division)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  89-92-12.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classifications  0583  Assistant  Clerk  of  Superior  Court,  1126 
Public  Administrator,  1131  Assistant  Public  Administrator,  Public 
Guardian  and  1807  Management  Informations  Systems  Tech.  II  in  the 
State  Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Office  of  the  Mayor's  Employee 
Relations  Division)   Administration  and  Oversight 


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File  97-92-43.1.   [Disbuisement  of  the  additional  penalties] 
Providing  for  the  disbursement  of  the  additional  penalties  assessed 
in  criminal  cases  pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section  76000, 
establishing  a  Courthouse  Construction  Fund  pursuant  to  Government 
Code  Section  76100,  establishing  an  Automated  Fingerprint 
Identification  Fund  pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section  76102, 
continuing  an  Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund  pursuant  to  Government 
Code  Section  76104,  and  imposing  an  additional  penalty  on  all 
parking  offenses  to  support  the  Courthouse  Construction  Fund 
pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section  76000;  companion  measure  to  File 
Nos.  97-92-42,  97-92-43  and  97-92-44.   (Municipal  Court)   Finance 

File  97-92-44.1.   [Courthouse  Construction  Fund]  Renaming  the 
Courthouse  Construction  Fund  and  continuing  the  surcharge  on  filing 
fees  in  civil  and  probate  actions  in  the  Superior  Court  and  in  civil 
actions  in  the  Municipal  Court  as  provided  in  Government  Code 
Section  76238  and  Section  10.117-35  of  the  San  Francisco 
Administrative  Code,  to  assist  in  the  acquisition,  rehabilitation, 
construction  and  financing  of  courtrooms  or  of  a  courtroom  building 
or  buildings  containing  facilities  necessary  or  incidental  to  the 
operation  of  the  justice  system  in  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco;  companion  measure  to  File  97-92-44.   (Municipal  Court) 
Finance 

File  138-92-5.   [Grant  -  Federal  Grant]  Authorizing  the  District 
Attorney  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  grant  funds  in  the  amount  of  $87,443  made 
available  through  the  California  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning 
for  a  project  entitled  "Gang  Violence  Suppression  Program"  for  the 
twelve  month  period  July  1,  1992  through  June  30,  1993  and  agreeing 
to  provide  cash  match  in  the  amount  of  $9,716.   (District  Attorney) 
Finance 

File  143-92-3.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Chief  of 
Police  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for,  accept 
and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $121,271  made  available  through 
the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Gang 
Suppression,  Apprehension  and  Prevention";  and  agreeing  to  provide 
cash  match  in  the  amount  of  $12,127.   (Police  Department)   Finance 

File  146-92-52.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  apply  for  a  continuation  grant  of 
$2,500,000,  which  includes  indirect  costs  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  AIDS  Surveillance 
Project.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  152-92-1.1.  [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Sheriffs 
Department  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  accept  and 
expend  $166,622  in  funds  from  the  State  of  California  Board  of 
Corrections  for  the  Standards  and  Training  of  Local  Corrections 
Programs;  stipulating  adherence  to  standards  for  recruitment  and 
training  established  by  the  Board  of  Corrections,  waiving  any 
indirect  costs;  companion  measure  to  File  152-92-1.   (Sheriff) 
Finance 


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File  164-92-2.   [Street  VacdMmiJ  Declaring  intention  of  Board  of 
Supervisors  to  vacate  a  portion  of  Keith  Street  located  between 
Newcomb  and  LaSalle  Avenues;  and  setting  the  hearing  for  all  persons 
interested  in  the  proposed  vacation;  companion  measure  to  File 
164-92-2.1.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 


File  170-92-9.   [Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds]  Amending  and 
restating  Resolution  No.  542-88,  adopted  July  17,  1988,  Resolution 
No.  677-88,  adopted  August  29,  1988  and  Resolution  No.  605-91, 
adopted  July  15,  1991,  providing  for  the  issuance  of  not  to  exceed 
$385,000,000  aggregate  principal  amount  of  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds,  Series  1992,  curing  certain 
ambiguous  provisions,  adding  to  the  covenants  of  the  City  and 
appointing  escrow  agents;  companion  measure  to  File  170-92-9.1. 
(City  Attorney)   Finance 

File  170-92-9.1.   [Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds)  Authorizing  and 
directing  the  sale  of  not  to  exceed  $385,000,000  principal  amount  of 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds, 
Series  1992,  authorizing  the  publication  of  official  notice  of  sale 
relating  thereto;  authorizing  official  actions;  and  appointing 
fiscal  agent;  companion  measure  to  File  170-92-9.   (City  Attorney) 
Finance 

File  186-92-2.   [Polk/McAllister  City  Office  Building]  Authorizing 
Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  negotiate  for  development  of  new 
city  office  building  and  to  accept  and  expend  donation  of  funds  to 
offset  city  costs  incurred  through  negotiations.   (Chief 
Administrative  Officer)   Finance 

Reguests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  Budget  Analyst  prepare  report  comparing 
the  difference  in  money  between  the  previous  method  of  use  of 
contracted  consultants  versus  the  use  of  hearing  officers. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  resolution  urging 
the  Mayor  to  add  a  community  representative  to  the  Private  Industry 
Council  to  be  appointed  by  the  Mayor  and  requesting  that  the 
Coalition  on  Homelessness  be  the  entity  that  recommends  the 
community  representative  to  the  Mayor. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  ordinance  which 
would  restrict  the  length  of  time  that  car  alarms  may  sound  when 
activated  and  restrict  the  sale  of  car  alarms  that  are  activated  by 
motion  detection. 

By  Supervisors  Britt  and  Migden,  that  City  Attorney  investigate 
allegations  that  US  Air  refused  to  transport  HIV  blood  samples  for 
use  in  AIDS  research  and  whether  or  not  this  policy  violates 
existing  non-discrimination  laws. 


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By  Supervisors  Britt  and  Miqdeii,  that  letter  be  sent  to  US  Air  to 
express  the  Board's  disappointment  concerning  allegations  that  US 
Air  refused  to  transport  HIV  blood  samples  for  use  in  AIDS  research; 
in  which  their  action  may  promote  misunderstanding  as  to  the  safety 
of  transporting  this  type  of  blood  samples. 

By  Supervisor  Britt,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  all  City 
departments,  agencies,  boards  and  commissions  to  determine  whether 
each  addressee  has  complied  with  Board  of  Supervisors  Resolution  No. 
291-92  to  reduce  its  budget  line  items  for  purchase  of  paper  and 
office  supplies  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  by  at  least  ten  percent 
below  current  fiscal  year  expenditure  levels  and  requesting  written 
response  by  August  3,  1992. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Ethel  Nance  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  2-92-29 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
7:12  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  ^<^t>fia(VLy  II,    1993 


I,    John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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^     JUN     2 1993 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


city  and  Covnty  of  Ssn  Fmncltco 


JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  July  27,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 


The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:25  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Maher  -  3. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:35  p.m. 

Supervisor  Britt  was  noted  present  at  2:30  p.m. 

Supervisor  Maher  was  noted  present  at  2:36  p.m. 

APPROVAL  OF  JOURNALS 

There  being  no  errors,  corrections  or  omissions.  Supervisor 

Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  that  the  Journals  of 

Proceedings  for  Tuesday,  October  15  and  Monday,  October  21,  1991,  be 
approved. 

Motion  carried  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Maher  -  3. 
CONSENT  CALENDAR 


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Recommendations  of  Finance  Conunittee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $135,778,  Department  of  Public  Works,  for 
various  purposes  (code  enforcement  and  rehabilitation  fund  loans  and 
data  processing  equipment.)   (Controller) 

File  101-92-4,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

The  foregoing  item  on  the  Consent  Calendar  was  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Maher  -  3. 
REGULAR  CALENDAR 
UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Government  Funding] 

Annual  Appropriation  Ordinance  for  Fiscal  Year  1992-93.   (Mayor) 

An  ordinance  appropriating  all  estimated  receipts  and  all  estimated 
expenditures  for  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  for  fiscal 
year  ending  June  30,  1993. 

File  101-92-2,   Ordinance  No.  249-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Appointment  of  President  Pro  Tempore 

At  the  request  of  the  President,  Supervisor  Kennedy  assumed  the 
Chair. 


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[Annual  Salary  Ordinance] 

Annual  Salary  Ordinance  for  Fiscal  Year  1992-93.   (Civil  Service 

Commission) 

An  ordinance  enumerating  all  positions  continued  or  created  by  the 
Board  of  Supervisors  in  adopting  the  annual  budget  and  appropriation 
ordinance  for  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1993. 

File  102-92-2,   Ordinance  No.  250-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  As  Amended 

[Suspending  five  percent  of  Parking  Tax  Surcharge] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code  by  adding  Section 
602.5-2,  which  suspends  five  percent  of  the  Parking  Tax  Surcharge, 
effective  January  1,  1993  or  after,  the  suspension  going  into  effect 
only  upon  the  approval  of  a  supplemental  appropriation  that 
increases  the  general  fund  contributed  revenue  reserves  in  fiscal 
year  1992-93  to  (($12,808,163))  $10,000,000  as  certified  by  the 
Controller.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  127-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  moved  to 
amend  by  replacing  $12,808,163"  with  "$10,000,000"  wherever  it 
appears  in  the  legislation. 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Migden  -  4. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Achtenberg  -  1. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Redevelopment  Agency  Budget  and  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  the  budget  of  the  Redevelopment  Agency  for 

fiscal  year  1992-1993;  approving  and  authorizing  an  amendment  to  the 


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indebtedness  limitation  agreement  between  the  Redevelopment  Agency 
and  the  City  and  County;  approving  the  issuance  by  the  Agency  of 
bonds  in  an  aggregate  principal  amount  not  to  exceed  $65,000,000  for 
the  purpose  of  financing  redevelopment  activities  in  fiscal  year 
1992-1993;  and  the  Agency  shall  present  to  the  Board,  by  September 
1,  1992,  its  fiscal  year  budget  for  reconsideration  in  light  of  the 
adoption  of  the  State  budget.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  161-92-4,   Resolution  No. 

(July  20,  1992  -  Referred  to  Committee  with  direction  to  report 
back  to  the  Board  on  July  27,  1992.) 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  amend 
title,  line  9,  after  "1992-1993"  by  inserting  ";  and  the  Agency 
shall  present  to  the  Board,  by  September  1,  1992,  its  fiscal  year 
budget  for  reconsideration  in  light  of  the  adoption  of  the  State 
budget"  and  amend  page  two,  line  17  by  adding  "FURTHER  RESOLVED, 
That  the  Redevelopment  Agency  has  agreed,  as  a  condition  of  this 
approval,  to  present  the  Agency's  1992-1993  fiscal  year  budget  to 
the  Board  of  Supervisors,  by  September  1,  1992,  for  reconsideration 
in  light  of  the  fiscal  impacts  to  the  Agency  and  the  City  and  County 
that  may  result  from  the  final  adoption  of  the  fiscal  year  1992-1993 
budget  for  the  State  of  California." 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Achtenberg  -  1. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  Excused 

President  Pro  Tempore  Kennedy  announced  she  had  excused 
Supervisor  Gonzalez  from  the  remainder  of  the  meeting. 

Recommendation  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committees 

Finally  Passed 
[Fees] 


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Ordinance  amending  Building  Code,  to  impose  fees  for  administering 
the  unreinforced  masonry  building  retrofit  program.   (Supervisor 
Achtenberg) 

File  114-92-6,   Ordinance  No.  248-92 

(Adds  Section  333.5.) 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 
The  President  reassumed  the  Chair. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

(See  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  August  10,  1992 
for  disapproval  by  the  Mayor.) 

[Business  Advisory  Commission] 

Ordinance  repealing  existing  provisions  of  Administrative  Code, 
abolishing  the  Bureau  of  Small  Business  and  Small  Business  Advisory 
Commission,  and  establishing  a  Business  Advisory  Commission  within 
the  Mayor's  Office  of  Economic  Planning  and  Development. 
(Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  97-92-19,   Ordinance  No. 

(Repeals  and  adds  Article  III,  Chapter  5.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

NEW  BUSINESS 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 


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Passed  fot  Second  Reading 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $6,100,000,  Department  of  Public  Works,  for 
various  capital  improvement  projects;  placing  $5,259,420  on 
reserve.   (Controller) 

File  101-92-3,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Permit  and  Inspection  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Public  Works  Code,  to  change  the  amounts  of 
various  permit  fees  (to  distribute  free  merchandise  or  free  sample 
goods,  for  construction  repair  or  replacement  of  sidewalk  inspection 
fee  and  registration  or  permit  conditions  and  inspection  fees). 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  123-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  184.52,  708.2  and  725.3.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Adopted 

[Contract  Award  Extension] 

Resolution  approving  award  of  Municipal  Railway  Contract  No. 

MR-1034R  for  procurement  and  installation  of  the  Advanced  Train 

Control  System  (ATCS) ;  approving  a  further  60-day  extension  from 

July  7,  1992,  within  which  to  award  the  contract.   (Public  Utilities 

Commission) 

File  61-92-1.2,   Resolution  No.  647-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


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Reconunendation  of  City  Services  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Affirmative  Action  Plans] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  pertaining  to  affirmative 
action  plans,  by  requiring  that  City  departments,  boards  and 
commissions  work  with  the  Commission  on  the  Status  of  Women,  in 
addition  to  the  Civil  Service  and  Human  Rights  Commissions,  to 
prepare  and  implement  such  plans.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  97-92-41,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  16.9-24.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Consideration  Continued 

[Wild  and  Dangerous  Hybrids] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  to  prohibit  advertisement  for  sale 
of  any  wild  and  potentially  dangerous  animal,  amending  the 
definition  thereof  to  include  wolf  dogs,  coydogs,  other  coyote-dog 
hybrids  and  other  hybrids  of  wild  with  domestic  animals  and  defining 
a  prima  facie  violation  thereof  and  by  granting  the  Department  of 
Animal  Care  and  Control  discretion  to  immediately  dispose  of  any 
wild  and  potentially  dangerous  animal  seized.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  118-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  49  and  51; 
Adds  Section  51.1.) 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  August  17,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Rereferred  to  City  Services  Committee 

[Animal  Sacrifice] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  to  prohibit  any  person,  firm  or 
corporation  from  sacrificing  any  animal  or  possessing  or  selling  any 
animal  for  sacrifice.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

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File  118-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Article  lA.) 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
rerefer  to  City  Services  Committee. 

Notion  to  rerefer  to  Committee  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Riding  of  Horses] 

Ordinance  amending  Police  Code,  to  authorize  Deputy  Animal  Control 
Officers  of  the  Department  of  Animal  Care  and  Control  to  also 
enforce  the  regulations  concerning  riding  of  horses  in  public 
places.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  121-92-7,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  490.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 
COMMITTEE  REPORTS 

Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

(Pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  Rule  5.5  of  the  Board's  Rules  of 
Order,  at  least  seven  days  must  intervene  between  the  first 
appearance  of  a  proposed  Charter  amendment  before  the  Board  as  a 
referral  from  Committee  and  any  Board  order  of  submission  to  the 
electorate. 

In  accordance  therewith,  consideration  of  this  proposed  Charter 
amendment  appropriately  may  be  continued  at  least  one  week.) 

Consideration  Continued 

[Ballot  Measure] 

Charter  amendment  (First  Draft)  amending  Section  8.409-1  relating  to 
collective  bargaining  for  miscellaneous  employees  as  described  in 
Section  8.401  of  the  Charter. 


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File  229-91-4 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  August  3,  1992. 

Appointment  of  President  Pro  Tempore 

At  the  request  of  the  President,  Supervisor  Hallinan  assumed  the 
Chair  so  the  President  could  participate  in  the  debate  from  the 
floor. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 
The  President  reassumed  the  Chair. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Charles  Appleton; 
Dehnert  Queen; 
Laurie  Irving. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 

Adopted 

[Affordable  Housing! 

Resolution  commending  the  Council  of  Community  Housing  Organizations 
(CCHO)  for  its  Successful  efforts  to  provide  permanently  affordable 
housing  opportunities  for  all  San  Franciscans.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  6-92-14,   Resolution  No.  653-92 


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(July  20,  19.92  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  27, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

[Permit] 

Resolution  granting  revocable  permission  to  Catellus  Development 
Corporation  to  construct  a  golf  driving  range  and  other  related 
improvements  in  Owens  Street  and  Sixth  Street  in  the  "Mission  Bay- 
project  area  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code 
Section  101.1.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  10-92-2,   Resolution  No.  651-92 

(July  20,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  27, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

[California  Arts  Council] 

Resolution  urging  the  California  State  Delegation  to  oppose  further 
cuts  in  the  budget  of  the  California  Arts  Council.   (Supervisors 
Shelley,  Hallinan,  Migden) 

File  12-92-25.2,   Resolution  No.  654-92 

(July  20,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  27, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

[Central  California  Regional  Studies  Program] 

Resolution  authorizing  application  and  acceptance  of  an  extension  to 
the  Coastal  County  Offshore  Energy  Assistance  Program  Block  Grant  to 
December  31,  1992,  retroactive  to  April  1,  1992,  in  order  to  allow 
for  San  Francisco's  continuing  involvement  in  the  regional  studies 
program  and  its  efforts  towards  completing  the  work  program  for  the 
lease/sale  participation  and  review  program  element.   (Supervisor 
Alioto) 

File  134-92-1,   Resolution  No.  655-92 

(July  20,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  July  27, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following^ vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-30,   Resolution  No.  648-92 

(Tom  Ammiano,  member.  Board  of  Education,  June  11  -  14  and  19  -  21; 
Raymond  Baxter,  Director  of  Health,  August  1-9;  Kenneth  E. 
Dowlin,  City  Librarian,  August  6  -  11;  Anne  Halsted,  member.  Port 
Commission,  July  19  -  25;  Bob  Hillmann,  member.  Film  and  Video 
Arts  Commission,  July  9  -  16;  David  Ishida,  Acting  Director, 
Commission  on  the  Aging,  July  17  -  22;  Stanley  Mattison,  Vice 
President,  Airports  Commission,  July  22  -  24;  Harry  S.  Parker, 
III,  Director,  Fine  Arts  Museums,  August  3  -  10;  Fred  A. 
Rodriguez,  member,  Board  of  Education,  June  20  -  28;  L.A.  Turpen, 
Director  of  Airports,  July  25  -  August  9  and  August  14  -  24; 
Douglas  F.  Wong,  President,  Port  Commission,  July  11  -  20,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

[Election] 

Motion  ordering  the  consolidation  of  the  General  Municipal  Election, 
the  Special  Bond  Election  and  the  Bay  Area  Rapid  Transit  District 
Election  to  be  held  in  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  on 
November  3,  1992  with  the  Statewide  General  Election  to  be  held  on 
the  same  date.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  60-92-7 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar.) 


Adopted 
[Bus  Re-routing  Off  North  Point  Street] 


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Resolution  urging  the  Golden  Gate  Bridge,  Highway  and  Transit 
District  to  re-route  their  eastbound  morning  6  A.M.  to  9  A.M. 
commute  buses  from  North  Point  Street  to  Polk  Street  and  Beach 
Street  for  a  six  month  trial  period  and  requesting  the  Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic  to  prepare  a  report  on  the  outcome  of  the  trial. 

File  55-92-2,   Resolution  No.   649-92 

Supervisor  Kennedy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Retirement  System] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Retirement  System  to  reduce 
the  City's  contribution  to  the  Retirement  System  Fund  for  fiscal 
year  1992-1993  to  compensate  for  past  overpayments  and  to  adjust 
contribution  rates. 

File  210-92-1,   Resolution  No.  650-92 

Supervisor  Conroy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan  -  3. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

(City  Resources  to  Enforce  Immigration  Laws] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  Chapter  12H,  which  prohibits 
use  of  City  and  County  resources  to  assist  in  enforcement  of  Federal 
immigration  laws,  by  adding  Section  12H.2-1  to  clarify  that  Chapter 
12H  does  not  apply  to  individuals  who  have  been  convicted  of  certain 
criminal  violations.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to 
Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  97-92-46 

Referred  to  Board 


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[State  Court  Resource  Conservation] 

Resolution  endorsing  the  petition  of  the  Sierra  Club  Legal  Defense 
Fund  which  calls  upon  the  State  Courts  to  require  the  use  of 
recycled  paper,  adopt  a  policy  requiring  double-sided  copying  of 
non-original  documents  and  use  unbleached  paper.   (Supervisors  Britt 
and  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  3,  1992  For 
Adoption  Without  Conunittee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  12-92-36 

[Waivers  for  HIV-infected  Cuban  AIDS  Experts] 

Resolution  urging  the  Department  of  Justice  and  Department  of  State 
to  grant  waivers  from  their  policy  of  exclusion  to  the  United  States 
of  HIV-infected  individuals  and  Cuban  government  and  party  officials 
to  allow  Dr.  Jorge  Perez  Avila,  Dr.  Juan  Carlos  De  La  Concepcion 
Raxach  and  Mr.  Raul  Llanos  Torres  to  travel  from  Cuba  and  speak  at  a 
series  of  AIDS  conferences  in  the  San  Francisco  Bay  Area  in  the  Fall 
of  1992  and  to  communicate  this  resolution  to  the  appropriate 
parties.   (Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August 
3,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  13-92-14 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Street  Name  Change] 

Resolution  urging  the  Department  of  Public  Works  to  initiate  the 
process  of  renaming  Hamlin  Place  to  Lawrence  Ferlinghetti  Lane  to 
honor  his  continuing  contribution  to  the  cultural  fabric  of  San 
Francisco  through  his  literary  sanctuary.  City  Lights  Bookstore. 
(Supervisor  Alioto  presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  75-92-3 

Requests  for  Hearings; 

File  60-92-8,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:   To  consider  submitting  ballot 
measure  which  would  make  it  City  policy  that  City  officers  and 
full-time  employees  commute  to  and  from  work  at  least  twice  weekly 
on  one  of  the  regional  public  transit  systems.   Referred  to 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered 
at  a  special  meeting  on  August  3,  1992. 

File  97-92-47,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  amending  the 
Administrative  Code  Section  10.213,  E.4.  (a)  thru  (d)  to  require  all 
City  contracts  with  companies  who  do  not  sign  the  declaration 
compliance  with  the  South  Africa  divestiture  ordinance  be  reviewed 
and  approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors.   Referred  to  Economic  and 
Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  104-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:   To  consider  salary 
standardization  for  Municipal  Railway  Transit  Workers.   (Supervisor 
Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight 


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Connittee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  August  11,  1992 
meeting. 

File  270-92-4,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:  To  consider  the  City's 
earthquake  preparedness  measures.  Referred  to  City  Services 
Committee. 


Motions 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Select  Committee] 

Motion  establishing  a  Select  Committee  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
on  the  impact  on  City  services  by  the  closures  of  Hunters  Point 
Naval  Shipyard  and  the  Presidio  Army  Base.   (Supervisor  Shelley 
presented.)   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  54-92-3 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinance  Referred  to  Committee 

File  102-92-4.   [Public  Employment]  Amending  Annual  Salary 
Ordinance,  1992-93,  Office  of  the  Public  Administrator/Guardian, 
reflecting  the  addition  of  four  positions  (Classifications  1446 
Secretary  II  (1)  4230  Estate  Investigator  (2)  and  4231  Senior 
Estate  Investigator  (1).   (Civil  Service  Commission)   Finance 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 


File  25-92-25.   [Prop  J  Contract]  Concurring  with  Controller's 
certification  that  services  of  the  Court  Management  System 
Coordinator  can  be  practically  performed  by  private  contractor  for 
lower  cost  than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County 
employees.   (Municipal  Court)   Finance 

File  31-92-3.   [Employee  Replacement]  Approving  immediate  filling  of 
vacated  position  of  one  Classification  0140  Chief,  Fire  Department. 
(Fire  Commission)   Finance 

File  31-92-4.   [Employee  Replacement]  Approving  immediate  filling  of 
vacated  position  of  one  Classification  0150  Deputy  Chief,  Fire 
Department.   (Fire  Commission)   Finance 

File  33-92-2.   [Port  Commission  -  Appointments]  Confirming  the 
Mayor's  appointments  of  Frank  J.  O'Neill  and  Ming  Chang  to  the  San 
Francisco  Port  Commission.   (Mayor)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  33-92-3.   [Redevelopment  Agency  -  Appointments]  Confirming  the 
Mayor's  appointments  of  Ben  Horn,  Cynthia  Choy  Ong  and  Clarence  R. 


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Stern  to  the  San  Francisco  Redevelopment  Agency  Commission. 
(Mayor)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  68-92-4.1.   [Home  Program]  Approving  procedures  for  allocating 
Home  Program  Funds,  and  authorizing  the  Mayor  of  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco  to  encumber  and  authorize  release  of  a  grant  of 
Home  Program  Funds  from  the  U.S.  Department  of  Housing  and  Urban 
Development  for  a  total  amount  not  to  exceed  Eight  Million,  Two 
Hundred  Six  Thousand  Dollars  ($8,206,000).   Direct  and  indirect 
costs  associated  with  the  acceptance  of  these  grant  funds  will  be 
paid  by  Community  Development  Block  Grant  Funds.   (Office  of  Mayor 
Economic  Planning  and  Development)   Finance 

File  89-92-13.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  9373  Manager  of  Marketing  in  the  State  Disability 
Insurance  Program.   (Office  of  Mayor  Employee  Relations  Division) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  93-92-30.   [Memorandum  of  Understanding]  Ratifying  Memorandum 
of  Understanding  with  Pile  Drivers,  Divers,  Carpenters,  Bridge, 
Wharf  and  Dock  Builders,  Local  Union  No.  34.   (Office  of  Mayor 
Employee  Relations  Division)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  146-92-53.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Central  Administration,  to  apply  for  a  grant  of  up 
to  $420,000,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $38,000, 
based  on  ten  percent  of  direct  costs,  from  the  Robert  Wood  Johnson 
Foundation,  the  Northern  California  Grantmakers,  the  Henry  J.  Kaiser 
Family  Foundation,  Pacific  Gas  and  Electric  Company,  the  Hearst 
Foundations,  the  Richard  and  Rhoda  Goldman  Fund,  the  San  Francisco 
Foundation,  the  Gannett  Communities  Fund,  the  Pacific  Telesis 
Foundation,  the  Ernst  D.  Van  Loben  Sels/Eleanor  Slate  Van  Loben  Sels 
Charitable  Foundation,  the  Wells  Fargo  Contribution  Program,  the 
Cresent  Porter  Hale  Foundation,  the  Clorox  Company  Foundation,  the 
Walter  and  Elise  Haas  Fund,  the  McBean  Family  Foundation,  the 
Montgomery  Street  Foundation,  the  Koret  Foundation  and  the  Bernard 
Osher  Foundation  for  funding  for  the  Health  of  the  City  proposal. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  166-92-4.   [Legal  Authorization  to  Sue]  Authorizing  Tax 
Collector  Attorney  to  institute  proceedings  for  the  recovery  of 
value  rendered  at  hospital  facilities  operated  by  the  San  Francisco 
Department  of  Public  Health.   (Tax  Collector)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  the  Public  Utilities 
Commission  concerning  use  of  water  from  fire  hydrants  in  the 
Downtown  Area  to  clean  windows  and  outside  areas  of  businesses, 
specifically  those  next  to  the  Bank  of  America  on  Kearny  Street  and 
the  Opera  Plaza  to  determine  whether  this  activity  should  be 
disallowed  since  water  is  a  finite  quantity. 

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By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letters  be  sent  to  Director  of  Health 
and  Director  of  Purchasing  requesting  a  list  of  all  its  contracts 
with  firms  that  have  not  signed  the  required  South  Africa  divestment 
declaration  during  the  past  two  years. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Agostino  "Bimbo"  Giuntoli  (Supervisor  Conroy) 

File  2-92-30 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:20  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.      This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on   MoAch   I,  1993 


1,    John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  August  3,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:13  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Conroy,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Kennedy  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Conroy  was  noted  present  at  2:15  p.m. 

Supervisor  Maher  was  noted  present  at  2:19  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  excused  from  attendance.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Migden  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Migden  requested  she  be 
excused  from  attending  today's  meeting. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
excuse  Supervisor  Migden  from  attendance. 

Motion  to  excuse  Supervisor  Migden  from  attendance  adopted  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 


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APPROVAL  OF  JOURNAL 


There  being  no  errors,  corrections  or  omissions.  Supervisor 
Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  that  the  Journal  of 
Proceedings  for  Monday,  October  28,  1991,  be  approved. 


Motion  carried  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto 
Linan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3 


Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 


CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Government  Funding! 

Ordinance  appropriating  $6,100,000,  Department  of  Public  Works,  for 
various  capital  improvement  projects;  placing  $5,259,420  on 
reserve.   (Controller) 

File  101-92-3,   Ordinance  No.  252-92 

Finally  passed. 


[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $135,778,  Department  of  Public  Works,  for 
various  purposes  (code  enforcement  and  rehabilitation  fund  loans  and 
data  processing  equipment.)   (Controller) 


File  101-92-4,   Ordinance  No.  253-92 
Finally  passed. 


[Permit  and  Inspection  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Public  Works  Code,  to  change  the  amounts  of 
various  permit  fees  (to  distribute  free  merchandise  or  free  sample 
goods,  for  construction  repair  or  replacement  of  sidewalk  inspection 
fee  and  registration  or  permit  conditions  and  inspection  fees). 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  123-92-2,   Ordinance  No.  255-92 

(Amends  Sections  184.52,  708.2  and  725.3.) 

Finally  passed. 

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Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Airport  -  Lease  Modification] 

Ordinance  approving  Modification  No.  1  of  lease  agreement  between 
City  College  of  San  Francisco  and  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco, 
acting  by  and  through  its  Airports  Conunission.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Adopted 

[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  apply  for  a  continuation  grant  of  $2,500,000,  which  includes 
indirect  costs  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  to  continue  funding  AIDS  Surveillance  Project.   (Department 
of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-52,   Resolution  No.  680-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  execution  of  a  grant  contract  with  the 

California  State  Library  for  the  award  of  a  grant  of  Library 

Construction  and  Renovation  Bond  Act  funds,  which  contract  provides 

for  the  State  to  be  indemnified  and  held  harmless  from  all  claims  or 

damages  which  may  arise  in  relation  to  the  contract.   (Public 

Library) 

File  147-92-4,   Resolution  No.  658-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Sheriff's  Department  to  accept  and  expend 
$166,622  in  funds  from  the  State  of  California  Board  of  Corrections 
for  the  Standards  and  Training  of  Local  Corrections  Programs; 
stipulating  adherence  to  standards  for  recruitment  and  training 
established  by  the  Board  of  Corrections,  waiving  any  indirect  costs; 
companion  measure  to  File  152-92-1.   (Sheriff) 

File  152-92-1.1,   Resolution  No.  682-92 

Adopted. 


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Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Affirmative  Action  Plans] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  pertaining  to  affirmative 
action  plans,  by  requiring  that  City  departments,  boards  and 
commissions  work  with  the  Commission  on  the  Status  of  Women,  in 
addition  to  the  Civil  Service  and  Human  Rights  Commissions,  to 
prepare  and  implement  such  plans.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  97-92-41,   Ordinance  No.  251-92 

(Amends  Section  16.9-24.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Riding  of  Horses] 

Ordinance  amending  Police  Code,  to  authorize  Deputy  Animal  Control 
Officers  of  the  Department  of  Animal  Care  and  Control  to  also 
enforce  the  regulations  concerning  riding  of  horses  in  public 
places.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  121-92-7,   Ordinance  No.  254-92 

(Amends  Section  490.) 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Hock  Investment 

Co.,  Inc.,  V.  City  and  County  to  permit  the  processing  of  an 

application  for  conversion  of  condominiums  of  2090  Pacific.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-39,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  812-225.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Myrna  A.  Ragotero, 
Roily  P.  Chan  against  the  City  and  County,  et  al.  by  payment  of 
$8,000.   (City  Attorney) 


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File  45-92-40,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  No.  066-803) 
Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Paul  Chan  against 
Ali  Feroz  and  the  City  and  County,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $12,000. 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-41,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  934-426) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[CCP  Section  998  Offer  of  Settlement] 

Ordinance  authorizing  Code  of  Civil  Procedure  Section  998  offer  of 
settlement  of  litigation  of  Brian  Bringardner  against  the  City  and 
County,  et  al  by  payment  of  $88,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-42,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  920-290) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Stephan  H.  Soo 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $6,500.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-43,   Ordinance  No. 

(United  States  District  Court  No.  C90-3699  FMS) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Deborah  and  James 

De'Angelis  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $17,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-44,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  914-116) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Stephen  Jones  v.  Nandi  D. 
Sundaram,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-11,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  No.  927-043) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Mary  Jean  Stalion  v.  Barry  Ross, 
Lorence  Vogt,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,750  and 
dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-12,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  934-430) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County  v. 
Loretta  R.  Varni  Administratrix  of  the  Estate  of  Dolores  Wooldridge 
deceased  and  consolidated  action  Loretta  R.  Varni  individually,  and 
as  Administratrix  v.  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  et  al.,  by 
accepting  consideration  in  the  total  amount  of  $100,000  payable  in 
cash  and  in  the  form  of  a  stipulated  judgment  against  the  Estate  of 
Dolores  Wooldridge;  and  by  accepting  an  indemnity  agreement  from  the 
Administratrix  of  the  Estate  of  Dolores  Wooldridge.   (Tax 
Collector) 

File  46-92-13,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  Nos.  918-696  and  903-033;  Legal  Division  File 
BDR  9913.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Stephen  C.  Flahaven  v.  Richard 

A.  La  Cava,  et  al.,  and  related  actions,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of 

$7,500  less  one-half  costs  and  dismissal  of  complaint.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  46-92-14,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  Consolidated  Action  No.  021-668.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  City  and  County  v.  John  Lloyd 
Hipp,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-15,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  No.  079-623.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Adopted 

[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of  Nev« 

Olson  by  payment  of  $35,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-15,   Resolution  No.  670-92 

Adopted. 


[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of 

Flair  Diversified  Properties,  Inc.,  by  payment  of  $50,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  48-92-16,   Resolution  No.  671-92 

Adopted. 


[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of 

Merrill  D.  Mecham  by  payment  of  $10,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-17,   Resolution  No.  672-92 

Adopted. 


[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of  Jose 

Alarcon  by  payment  of  $15,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-18,   Resolution  No.  673-92 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 


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Adopted 

[Stop  Intersections] 

Resolution  designating  certain  intersections  as  "Stop- 
intersections.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  18-92-9,   Resolution  No.  666-92 

(Stop  Signs  -  Establish 

Grove  and  Lyon  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 

stopping  Grove  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop) ; 

Grove  and  Central  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  Grove  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop) ; 

Adopted. 


(Stop  Intersections] 

Resolution  designating  certain  intersections  as  "Stop" 

intersections.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  18-92-10,   Resolution  No.  667-92 

(Stop  Signs  -  Establish 

Rutland  Street  and  Tucker  Avenue,  northeast  and  southwest 
corners,  stopping  Tucker  Avenue  traffic- 
Rhine  and  Wilson  Streets,  northwest  and  southeast  corners, 
stopping  Rhine  Street  traffic; 

Williams  Avenue,  Neptune  Street  and  Newhall  Street,  northeast 
and  southwest  corners,  stopping  Williams  Avenue  traffic  (makes 
this  an  all-way  Stop); 

Arguello  Boulevard  and  Jackson  Street,  northwest  and  southeast 
corners,  stopping  Arguello  Boulevard  traffic  (makes  this  an 
all-way  Stop) ; 

19th  Avenue  and  Anza  Street,  northwest  and  southeast  corners, 
stopping  19th  Avenue  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop); 

Beverly  and  Shields  Streets,  southwest  and  northeast  corners, 
stopping  Shields  Street  traffic; 

Mariposa  and  Bryant  Streets,  northwest  and  southeast  corners, 
stopping  Bryant  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop); 

Caine  and  Lakeview  Avenues,  northwest  corner,  stopping  Caine 
Avenue  traffic; 

Holloway  Avenue  and  Monticello  Street,  southeast  and  northwest 
corners,  stopping  Monticello  Street  traffic; 

Lakeview  and  Margaret  Avenues,  all  corners,  stopping  all 
approaches  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

Adopted. 

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(Parking  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  parking  regulations  on  various  streets. 

(Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  19-92-9,   Resolution  No.  668-92 

(Extended  Hours  of  Parking  Meter  Operation  -  Establish 

Pierce  Street  parking  lot  (3252  Pierce  Street)  9  a.m.  to  10  p.m. 

everyday. 

4-Hour  Parking  Time  Limit,  7  a.m.  to  6  p.m.,  Monday  Through 

Saturday  -  Rescind 

1-Hour  Parking  Time  Limit,  7  a.m.  to  6  p.m.,  Monday  through 

Saturday  -  Establish 

Missouri  Street,  eastside,  from  Army  Street  to  north  terminus. 

Motorcycle  Parking  Stalls  (Non-Metered)  -  Establish 

Harrison  Street,  north  side,  from  the  east  property  line  at  1354 

Harrison  Street  to  18  feet  westerly  (18-foot  zone,  5  stalls). 

4-Hour  Parking  time  limit,  Monday  through  Friday,  9  a.m.  -  6 

p.m. -Establish 

Thomas  Avenue,  both  sides,  from  Silver  Avenue  to  north  terminus. 

No  Parking  Anytime  -  Establish 

Thomas  Avenue,  end  portion  of  cul-de-sac,  north  of  Silver  Avenue 

(adjacent  to  and  including  Phillip  Burton  High  School  driveway). 

Tow-Away,  No  Parking  Anytime  -  Establish 

Dearborn  Street,  both  sides,  between  18th  and  Bird  Streets 

(replaces  existing  No  Parking  Anytime  regulation). 

Parking  Meter  Area  3  -  Rescind 

14th  Street,  north  side,  from  102  feet  west  of  Valencia  Street 

westerly  to  Guerrero  Street; 

14th  Street,  south  side,  from  67  feet  west  of  Valencia  Street 
westerly  to  Guerrero  Street; 

Perpendicular  (90-Degree  Angle)  Parking  -  Rescind 
Connecticut  Street,  east  side,  between  16th  and  17th  Streets; 

Perpendicular  (90-Degree  Angle)  Parking  -  Establish 
Connecticut  Street,  west  side,  between  16th  and  17th  Streets.) 

Adopted. 


[Traffic  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  traffic  regulations  on  various  streets. 

(Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  20-92-10,   Resolution  No.  669-92 

(Tow-Away  No  Stopping  Anytime  -  Establish 

Stanyan  Street,  east  side,  from  Fell  Street  to  145  feet  north 

(145-foot  zone) . 

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O'Farrell  Street,  north  side,  from  St.  Joseph's  Street  to  110 
feet  westerly  (110-foot  zone). 

Tow-Away  No  Stopping  Anytime  -  Rescind 

Main  Street,  west  side,  from  Mission  Street  to  52  feet  north 

(52-foot  zone) . 

Left  Lane  Must  Turn  Left  -  Establish 

Clement  Street,  eastbound  and  westbound,  at  Park  Presidio 

Boulevard. 

Lake  Street,  eastbound  and  westbound,  at  Park  Presidio  Boulevard, 

California  Street,  eastbound  and  westbound,  at  Park  Presidio 
Boulevard. 

Balboa  Street,  eastbound  and  westbound,  at  Park  Presidio 
Boulevard. 

Left  Lane  Must  Turn  Left  -  Rescind 

O'Farrell  Street,  eastbound,  at  Grant  Avenue. 

Right  Lane  Must  Turn  Right  -  Establish 
Mission  Street,  northbound,  at  13th  Street. 

Sutter  Street  westbound,  at  Sansome  Street.. 

Right  Lane  Must  Turn  Right  -  Rescind 
Market  Street,  westbound,  at  Sutter  Street. 

No  Turn  on  Red  -  Establish 

Chestnut  Street,  eastbound  and  westbound,  at  Columbus  and  at 

Taylor  Street. 

Green  Zone,  7  a.m.  -  12  Midnight  Everyday  -  Time  Extension  (Fee 

Reguired) 

1524  Silver  Avenue,  20  feet  east  from  west  building  line 

(20-foot  zone) . 

No  Left  Turn,  Buses  Excepted  -  Establish 
Mission  Street,  southbound,  at  14th  Street.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 
REGULAR  CALENDAR 


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UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 
Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Suspending  five  percent  of  Parking  Tax  Surcharge] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code  by  adding  Section 
602.5-2,  which  suspends  five  percent  of  the  Parking  Tax  Surcharge, 
effective  January  1,  1993  or  after,  the  suspension  going  into  effect 
only  upon  the  approval  of  a  supplemental  appropriation  that 
increases  the  general  fund  contributed  revenue  reserves  in  fiscal 
year  1992-93  to  $10,000,000  as  certified  by  the  Controller. 
(Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  127-92-6,   Ordinance  No.  256-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 

From  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 
With  Recommendation  "DO  SUBMIT" 

Ordered  Submitted 

[Ballot  Measure] 

Charter  amendment  (First  Draft)  amending  Section  8.409-1  relating  to 
collective  bargaining  for  miscellaneous  employees  as  described  in 
Section  8.401  of  the  Charter.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  229-91-4 

Ordered  submitted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 

NEW  BUSINESS 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 


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[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $9,916,  Department  of  Public  Works,  for 
capital  improvement  project  (Hall  of  Justice  Parking  Lot  Expansion) 
and  certifying  $9,916  from  capital  improvement  project  (Hall  of 
Justice  Parking  Lot  Expansion),  to  cover  overage  above  ten  percent 
of  contracted  amount  pursuant  to  provisions  of  Charter  Section 
7.203;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Controller) 

File  101-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Grant  -  Federal  Grant] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  District  Attorney  to  apply  for, 
retroactively,  accept  and  expend  grant  funds  in  the  amount  of 
$87,443,  which  includes  indirect  costs  $4,627  based  on  5  percent  of 
personnel  costs  and  operating  expenses  made  available  through  the 
California  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a  project 
entitled  "Gang  Violence  Suppression  Program"  for  the  twelve  month 
period  July  1,  1992  through  June  30,  1993  and  agreeing  to  provide 
cash  match  in  the  amount  of  $9,716.   (District  Attorney) 


File  138-92-5 


Resolution  No.  678-92 


Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  of  Police  to  apply  for, 
retroactively,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $121,271 
which  includes  indirect  costs  of  $6,352  based  on  5  percent  of 
personnel  costs  and  operating  expenses,  made  available  through  the 
Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Gang 
Suppression,  Apprehension  and  Prevention";  and  agreeing  to  provide 
cash  match  in  the  amount  of  $12,127.   (Police  Department) 

File  143-92-3,   Resolution  No.  679-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  City  Librarian  to  accept  and  expend  funds 
not  to  exceed  $696,579  available  through  the  California  State 
Library  from  Title  II  of  the  Library  Services  and  Construction  Act 
for  Public  Library  construction,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in 
the  amount  of  $34,829  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total  and  a 
required  match  in  the  amount  of  $696,579;  placing  $456,750  on 
reserve.   (Public  Library) 

File  147-92-2.1,   Resolution  No.  681-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 


(Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds] 

Resolution  amending  and  restating  Resolution  No.  542-88,  adopted 
July  17,  1988,  Resolution  No.  677-88,  adopted  August  29,  1988  and 
Resolution  No.  605-91,  adopted  July  15,  1991,  providing  for  the 
issuance  of  not  to  exceed  $385,000,000  aggregate  principal  amount  of 
City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds, 
Series  1992,  curing  certain  ambiguous  provisions,  adding  to  the 
covenants  of  the  City,  authorizing  Sales  Certificate  and  appointing 
escrow  agents.   (City  Attorney) 

File  170-92-9,   Resolution  No.  656-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 


[Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds] 

Resolution  authorizing  and  directing  the  sale  of  not  to  exceed 
$385,000,000  aggregate  principal  amount  of  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  Sewer  Revenue  Refunding  Bonds,  Series  1992,  authorizing 
the  publication  of  official  notice  of  sale  relating  thereto; 
approving  the  form  of  the  official  statement;  and  authorizing 
official  action;  companion  measure  to  File  170-92-9.   (City  Attorney) 

File  170-92-9.1,   Resolution  No.  657-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 


Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden 


[Polk/McAllister  City  Office  Building] 

Resolution  authorizing  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  negotiate  for 
development  of  new  city  office  building  and  to  accept  and  expend, 
subject  to  approval  of  Finance  Committee,  donation  of  funds  to 
offset  city  costs  incurred  through  negotiations.   (Chief 
Administrative  Officer) 

File  186-92-2,   Resolution  No.  686-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Adopted 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Park  and  Open  Space  Advisory 
Committee,  terms  expired,  for  two-year  terms  ending  July  15,  1994. 
(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-26.1,   Resolution  No.  674-92 

(Jacob  Sigg,  vice  himself; 
Teresa  Ow-Wing,  vice  herself; 
Ina  F.  Dearman,  vice  herself; 
Lynn  A.  Altshuler,  vice  herself; 
Nan  C.  McGuire,  vice  herself.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 


[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Hazardous  Materials  Advisory 
Committee,  terms  expired  July  1,  1992,  for  four-year  terms  ending 
July  1,  1996;  making  findings  waiving  residency  requirements. 
(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 


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File  92-92-27.1,   Resolution  No.  675-92 

(Neil  Gendel,  environmental  organization,  vice  himself; 
Daniel  V.  Phelan,  industry  representative,  vice  himself; 
Steven  C.  Medbery,  Department  of  Public  Works,  vice  Franklin 
Lew.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Naher,  Migden  -  3. 


[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Emergency  Medical  Care 
Committee,  terms  expired,  for  three-year  terms  ending  June  30, 
1995.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-28.2,   Resolution  No.  676-92 

(Ginger  Ayala,  at-large  provider,  vice  herself; 

Thomas  Fox,  consumer,  vice  himself; 

John  Bitoff,  Emergency  Services,  vice  Gail  Orr-Smith; 

Marc  A.  Snyder,  M.D.,  Emergency  Physicians  Association,  vice 

himself; 

Bob  Prentice,  Department  of  Public  Health,  vice  Nyra  Snyder; 

Camille  Huchton,  consumer,  vice  herself; 

Robert  D.  Bundy,  at-large  provider,  vice  himself.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Migden  -  2. 


[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  City-Wide  Alcoholism  Advisory 
Board,  terms  expired  July  1,  1992,  for  three-year  terms  ending  July 
1,  1995.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-29.1,   Resolution  No.  677-92 

(Lucille  Ramstetter,  vice  herself 
Damun  Gracenin,  Ph.D.,  vice  himself.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Migden  -  2. 

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Recommendations  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Adopted 

[Taxi  Stands] 

Resolution  rescinding  taxicab  stands  on  Mason  Street.   (Department 

of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  15-92-1,   Resolution  No.  665-92 

(Taxi  Zone  -  Rescind 

Mason  Street,  west  side,  from  58  feet  to  80  feet  north  of  Post 

Street  (22-foot  zone); 

Mason  Street,  west  side,  from  102  feet  to  140  feet  north  of  Post 
Street  (38-foot  zone). 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Migden  -  2. 


[Vacation  of  Subsurface  Street  Areas] 

Resolution  declaring  intention  of  Board  of  Supervisors  to  vacate 
certain  subsurface  street  areas  in  the  Yerba  Buena  Center 
Redevelopment  Project  Area,  in  that  portion  bounded  by  Mission, 
Howard,  Fourth  and  Third  Streets,  and  setting  the  hearing  date  for 
September  8,  1992  for  all  persons  interested  in  the  proposed 
vacation,  and  rescinding  previous  street  vacation  resolution  and 
ordinance  in  order  to  correct  an  error  in  the  description  of  the 
areas  to  be  vacated  and  to  clarify  the  intention  of  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  that  no  easements  for  the  facilities  of  utilities  in  the 
vacated  areas  shall  be  reserved.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  164-92-1,   Resolution  No.  683-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Migden  -  2. 


[Street  Vacation] 

Resolution  declaring  intention  of  Board  of  Supervisors  to  vacate  a 
portion  of  Keith  Street  located  between  Newcomb  and  LaSaUe  Avenues; 
and  setting  the  hearing  for  September  8,  1992  for  all  persons 
interested  in  the  proposed  vacation.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  164-92-2,   Resolution  No.  684-92 

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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Bcitt,  Concoy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Nigden  -  2. 


[Advisory  Task  Force  on  Homelessness] 

Resolution  establishing  Advisory  Task  Force  on  Homeless  to  advise 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  issues  relating  to  homelessness. 
(Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  174-92-3,   Resolution  No.  685-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Migden  -  2. 
SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  all  persons  interested  in  or  objecting  to  the  approval  of 
Redevelopment  Plan  amendment  for  the  Rincon  Point  -  South  Beach 
Redevelopment  Project. 

File  151-92-1.1 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Edward  Helfeld,  Redevelopment  Agency; 
Dehnert  Queen. 

From  Redevelopment  Agency 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Redevelopment  Plan  Amendment] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  14-81,  amended  by  Ordinance  No. 
50-84,  amended  by  Ordinance  No.  137-92,  approving  the  Redevelopment 
Plan  for  the  Rincon  Point  -  South  Beach  Redevelopment  Project  Area 
by  amending  said  plan  to  expand  the  Project  Area  by  adding  land  to 
the  Rincon  Point  Sub-area  of  the  Project  Area,  specifically  the 
eastern  3,446  square  feet  of  Lot  33  of  Assessor's  Block  3741, 
bounded  by  the  easterly  line  of  the  existing  Embarcadero  Freeway 
Right-of-Way,  (between  Spear  and  Steuart  Streets)  and  the  existing 
westerly  boundary  of  the  Rincon  Point  Sub-area,  and  to  extend  for 

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five  (5)  years  the  Agency's  authority  to  utilize  eminent  domain  to 
acquire  property  within  the  Rincon  Point  -  South  Beach  Redevelopment 
Project  Area. 

File  151-92-1.1,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Shelley  -  6. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  3. 

SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  all  persons  interested  in  or  objecting  to  the  approval  of 
Redevelopment  Plan  amendment  for  the  Western  Addition  Redevelopment 
Project  Area  A-2. 

File  151-92-2 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Dehnert  Queen; 

Chuck  Collins; 

Bob  Davis; 

S.  Collins; 

Ray  Jones; 

Mae  Miles; 

William  Jewel; 

Mr.  Gordon,  Ella  Hill  Hutch  Center; 

James  McCrae; 

Edward  Helfeld,  Redevelopment  Agency. 

From  Redevelopment  Agency 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Redevelopment  Plan  Amendment] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  273-64,  amended  by  Ordinance  No. 
264-70,  amended  by  Ordinance  No.  288-76,  amended  by  Ordinance  No. 
491-86,  amended  by  Ordinance  No.  452-87,  approving  the  Redevelopment 
Plan  for  the  Western  Addition  Redevelopment  Project  Area  A-2  by 
amending  said  plan  to  (1)  increase  the  limitation  on  the  number  of 
tax  increment  funds  that  may  be  divided  and  allocated  to  the 
Redevelopment  Agency  for  use  under  the  Redevelopment  Plan, 


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specifically  to  increase  the  limitation  £rom  $65.3  million  to  $190.3 
million;  (2)  extend  the  time,  from  October  13,  1994  to  October  13, 
2000  for  establishment  or  incurrence  by  the  Redevelopment  Agency  of 
any  loans,  advances,  or  indebtedness  to  finance  the  project  in  whole 
or  in  part  and  to  be  repaid  from  the  allocation  of  taxes  pursuant  to 
Section  33670  of  the  California  Health  and  Safety  Code;  and  (3) 
extend  the  time  limit  from  30  to  36  years  after  the  original  1964 
plan  adoption  date,  for  the  establishment  of,  or  incurrence  of, 
loans,  advances  and  indebtedness  to  finance  the  project  in  whole  or 
in  part. 

File  151-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  3. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  President  inquired  if  there  was  anyone  present  who  wished  to 
address  the  Board. 

There  being  no  response,  the  President  declared  the  Public 
Comment  portion  of  the  meeting  closed. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 

Adopted 

[State  Court  Resource  Conservation] 

Resolution  endorsing  the  petition  of  the  Sierra  Club  Legal  Defense 
Fund  which  calls  upon  the  State  Courts  to  require  the  use  of 
recycled  paper,  adopt  a  policy  requiring  double-sided  copying  of 
non-original  documents  and  use  unbleached  paper.   (Supervisors  Britt 
and  Shelley) 

File  12-92-36,   Resolution  No.  664-92 


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(July  27,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August  3, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Waivers  for  HIV-infected  Cuban  AIDS  Experts] 

Resolution  urging  the  Department  of  Justice  and  Department  of  State 
to  grant  waivers  from  their  policy  of  exclusion  to  the  United  States 
of  HIV-infected  individuals  and  Cuban  government  and  party  officials 
to  allow  Dr.  Jorge  Perez  Avila,  Dr.  Juan  Carlos  De  La  Concepcion 
Raxach  and  Mr.  Raul  Llanos  Torres  to  travel  from  Cuba  and  speak  at  a 
series  of  AIDS  conferences  in  the  San  Francisco  Bay  Area  in  the  Fall 
of  1992  and  to  communicate  this  resolution  to  the  appropriate 
parties.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  13-92-14,   Resolution  No.  663-92 

(July  27,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August  3, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye- 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-31,   Resolution  No.  659-92 

(Carole  Migden,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  August  1  -  8;  Edward 
A.  Chow,  M.D.,  member.  Health  Commission,  August  13  -  20;  Robert 
H.  Feldman,  Executive  Director,  Board  of  Permit  Appeals,  August 
19  -  24;  Michael  P.  Huerta,  Executive  Director,  Port  of  San 


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Francisco,  July  27  -  30;  J.  Stanley  Nattison,  Vice  President, 
Airports  Commission,  July  22  -  24,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

[Condominium  Conversion] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  2240  Green  Street,  a  condominium 
project,  being  a  resubdivision  of  Lot  14,  in  Assessor's  Block  539; 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 
(Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  58-92-20 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Jones 
Street  between  Turk  Street  and  Golden  Gate  Avenue  on  Monday,  August 
10,  1992  from  8:30  a.m.  until  12:00  p.m.,  for  a  construction  start 
ceremony  for  affordable  housing  project  sponsored  by  Chinese 
Community  Housing. 

File  42-92-29,   Resolution  No.  660-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Lead  Contamination  at  Fort  Point] 

Resolution  commending  the  Golden  Gate  Bridge,  Highway  and 
Transportation  District,  the  Golden  Gate  National  Recreation  Area, 
and  the  United  States  Army  for  their  efforts  to  fence  the  areas  of 
Fort  Point  that  have  been  contaminated  by  lead-based  paint  debris, 
requesting  these  agencies  to  prepare  a  long-range  plan  to  eliminate 
in  a  safe  manner  the  lead  paint  debris,  and  to  take  any  other 
actions  that  may  be  needed  to  prevent  persons  from  having  contact 
with  the  contaminated  areas  of  Fort  Point. 

File  55-92-3,   Resolution  No.  661-92 

Supervisors  Kennedy,  Hsieh,  Shelley  presented  for  immediate 
adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Grant-Federal] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Aids  Office, 


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to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $99,534  from  the  Health  Resources 
and  Services  Administration  to  fund  the  Field  Test  of  the  Uniform 
Reporting  System  Project;  waiving  indirect  costs  and  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 

File  146-92-58,   Resolution  No.  662-92 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Underground  District] 

Ordinance  creating  underground  district  in  Sutro  Heights  District. 
(Supervisor  Maher  presented.)  Referred  to  City  Services  Committee 
with  request  that  it  be  considered  at  the  August  18,  1992  meeting. 

File  52-92-5 

[Brownie  Mary  Day] 

Resolution  dedicating  August  7,  1992  "Brownie  Mary  Day"  in  San 
Francisco.  (Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)  Referred  to  City 
Services  Committee. 

File  4-92-14 

Referred  to  Board 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Franklin 
Street  between  Grove  and  McAllister  Streets  on  Monday,  September  7, 
1992  from  6:00  a.m.  until  12:00  a.m.;  Friday,  September  11,  1992 
from  6:00  a.m.  until  Saturday,  September  12,  1992  at  12:00  a.m.,  for 
San  Francisco  Opera  Guild.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  August  10,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-30 

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[Lighting  Assessment  District] 

Resolution  determining  to  undertake  proceedings  to  form  an 
assessment  district  pursuant  to  Article  4  of  Chapter  1  of  the 
Landscaping  and  Lighting  Act  of  1972,  as  adopted  by  Article  6.1, 
Subarticle  VIII,  Chapter  X,  Part  II  of  the  San  Francisco  Municipal 
Code  (Public  Works  Code)  for  the  purposes  of  installing  street 
lighting  in  the  Sutro  Heights  District.   (Supervisor  Maher 
presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee  with  request  that 
it  be  heard  at  the  August  18,  1992  meeting. 

File  52-92-5.1 

[Hemp  Medication] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  direct  the  Police  Department  and  the 
District  Attorney  to  not  arrest  or  prosecute  those  involved  in  the 
personal  possession  or  cultivation  of  hemp  for  medicinal  purposes 
and  instructing  the  City's  representative  in  Sacramento  to  lobby  the 
State  Legislature  and  the  California  Medical  Association  for  a  State 
Senate  Medical  Bill  for  the  1992-1993  legislative  session. 
(Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services 
Committee. 

File  285-92-1 


Request  for  Hearings; 

File  121-92-10,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  a  review  of  Taxi 
Cab  License  Fee  Ordinance  No.  383-91.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee 

File  121-92-11,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  legislation  to 
protect  cab  drivers  against  crime.   Referred  to  City  Services 
Committee. 

File  171-92-4,  By  Supervisors  Hallinan,  Gonzalez:   To  consider 
requiring  City  officers  and  full-time  employees  to  commute  to  and 
from  work  at  least  twice  weekly  on  one  of  the  regional  public 
transit  systems.   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  210-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  the  investment 
policies  of  the  San  Francisco  Employees'  Retirement  System  Board. 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the 
August  26,  1992  meeting. 

File  289-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  installing  a 
plaque  in  Washington  Square  Park  to  honor  Latino  settler,  Juana 
Briones.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  60-92-4.1,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  (First  Draft) 
ballot  argument  concerning  seismic  strengthening  of  unreinforced 
masonry  buildings.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be 
considered  at  the  August  12,  1992  meeting. 


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File  60-92-4.2,  By  Supervisor  Conroy:   To  consider  (First  Draft) 
ballot  argument  concerning  construction  and  reconstruction  of  Fire 
Department  facilities.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request 
it  be  considered  at  the  August  12,  1992  meeting. 

File  60-92-4.3,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  (First  Draft) 
ballot  argument  concerning  construction  and  reconstruction  of 
correctional  facilities.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request 
it  be  considered  at  the  August  12,  1992  meeting. 

File  60-92-9,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:  To  consider  ballot  arguments 
for  any  proposition  for  which  no  other  Supervisor  has  submitted  an 
argument.  Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee  with 
request  it  be  considered  at  the  August  11,  1992  meeting. 

File  229-91-5,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:   To  consider  (First  Draft) 
concerning  collective  bargaining  for  miscellaneous  employees  as 
described  in  Section  8.401  of  the  Charter.   Referred  to 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered 
at  the  August  11,  1992  meeting. 

File  218-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  (First  Draft) 
ballot  argument  concerning  increasing  retirement  allowances  of 
miscellaneous  officers  and  employees  retired  prior  to  July  2,  1991, 
from  $0  to  $75.   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 
with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  August  11,  1992  meeting. 

File  229-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  (First  Draft) 
ballot  argument  concerning  financing  construction  or  improvement  of 
capital  facilities  or  purchase  of  equipment.   Referred  to 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered 
at  the  August  11,  1992  meeting. 

File  242-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Achtenberg:   To  consider  (First  Draft) 
ballot  argument  concerning  the  coordination  of  retirement  benefits 
for  safety  employees  and  miscellaneous  employees.   Referred  to 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered 
at  the  August  11,  1992  meeting. 

Motion: 


Referred  to  Board 

[Transfer  of  Presidio  and  Hunters  Point  Naval  Shipyard] 
Directing  the  Budget  Analyst  to  examine  the  impact,  both  direct  and 
indirect  on  San  Francisco  of  the  transfer  of  the  Presidio  and 
Hunters  Point  Naval  Shipyard,  including  direct  and  indirect  impacts 
on  City  services.   Supervisor  Shelley  presented.  Referred  to  Board 
August  10,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  165-92-11 


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Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-45.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Kam  Chu  Wong  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $24,900.  (City  Attorney)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  65-92-12.   [Lease  of  Property]  Authorizing  and  approving  lease 
of  City-owned  property  at  1800  Oakdale  Avenue  (Southeast  Community 
Facility,  northwest  corner  of  Phelps  Street  and  Oakdale  Avenue)  to 
Economic  Opportunity  Council  of  San  Francisco,  a  non-profit 
corporation.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  97-92-45.   [Student  Training  -  Health]  Amending  Administrative 
Code  by  amending  Section  19A.10  thereto,  authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health  to  provide  training  to  students  of  the  allied 
health  professions  in  any  accredited  program.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   City  Services 

File  115-92-10.   [Van  Ness  Avenue  Special  Use  District]  Amending  the 
City  Planning  Code  by  amending  Section  243,  Van  Ness  Avenue  Special 
Use  District,  to  permit  awnings,  canopies  and  marquees.   (Department 
of  City  Planning)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  38-92-21.   [Acceptance  of  Gift]  Accepting  one  gift  valued  at 
$23,889,  from  the  Northern  California  Grant  Makers,  for  use  at 
various  recreation  centers,  after-school,  latch-key,  day  camp  and 
teen  programs  for  the  Recreation  and  Park  Department.   (Recreation 
and  Park  Department)   Finance 

File  93-92-31.   [Letter  of  Agreement]  Ratifying  amendment  to  Letter 
of  Agreement  between  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  and  the 
International  Union  of  Operating  Engineers  Stationary  Local  39. 
(Office  of  Mayor  Employee  Relations  Division)  Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  132-92-6.   [Grant  -  Foundation  Funds]  Authorizing  the  San 
Francisco  Art  Commission  to  permit  intersection  for  the  Arts  to 
continue  to  act  as  non-profit  fiscal  agent  for  the  San  Francisco  Art 
Commission  Gallery  and  to  continue  sponsorship  of  the  Gallery's 
Exploration;  City  site  program  and  in  that  capacity  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  a  $7,500  George  Frederick  Jewleit  Foundation  Grant 
for  City  site  programming;  indirect  costs  of  ten  percent  fiscal 
agent  fee  in  the  amount  of  $750.00  will  be  paid  to  Intersection  for 
the  Arts  from  the  grant.   (Art  Commission)   Finance 

File  146-92-4.2.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of  Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control, 
Tuberculosis  Control  Division,  to  apply  for  retroactively  and  accept 
and  expend  a  supplemental  to  a  grant  of  $268,923,  which  includes 


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indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $21,761  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
salaries,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services  for  the 
Tuberculosis  Control  Project;  providing  for  ratification  of  action 
previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-18.1.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Division  of  Mental  Health  and  Substance  Abuse,  to 
accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $25,000,  which  includes  indirect  costs 
in  the  amount  of  $1,190,  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total  award 
from  the  California  Department  of  Development  Disabilities  for 
mental  health  treatment  for  dually  diagnosed  Asian  Children. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-33.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the 
Department  of  Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Services, 
Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  Sexually  Transmitted  Disease 
Control,  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $700,468,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $7,798  based  on  twenty 
percent  of  salaries  from  the  Centers  for  Disease  Control,  for  a 
research  study  to  evaluate  HIV  counseling  models.   (Department  of 
Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-34.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the 
Department  of  Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Services, 
Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  Sexually  Transmitted  Disease 
Control  Division,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $378,916,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  of  $27,766  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  salaries  from  the  Centers  for  Disease  Control,  for  the 
provision  of  alternative  Sexually  Transmitted  Disease  services. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-55.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  Laguna  Honda  Hospital,  to  accept  and  expend  a  Hazard 
Mitigation  grant  of  $215,000,  and  a  reguired  match  in  the  amount  of 
$215,000,  which  is  one  hundred  percent  of  the  total  award,  from  the 
California  State  Office  of  Emergency  Services  in  behalf  of  Federal 
Emergency  Management  Agency  (FEMA)  for  construction  costs;  waiving 
indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-56.  [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  an  augmentation 
grant  of  $66,547,  which  includes  $8,564  indirect  costs  based  on 
twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and 
Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease  Control  to  continue  funding  the 
AIDS  Surveillance  and  Expanded  Initiatives  Project.  (Department  of 
Public  Health).   Finance 

File  146-92-57.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  apply  for  a  continuation  grant  of 
$6,250,000,  which  includes  indirect  costs  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  the  AIDS  Prevention 
Project.   (Department  of  Public  Health).   Finance 

Requests  Granted 


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There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  the  City  Attorney  prepare  legislation 
to  protect  cab  drivers  against  crime. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director,  Public  Works 
inquiring  as  to  the  status  of  Pemberton  Steps. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Lee  Chester  Hobson,  Sr.  (By  the  entire  Board 
Faye  Yee  Wong  (Supervisor  Maher) 
Ralph  Baxter  (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  2-92-31 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:16  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved   by   the   Board  of   Supervisors   on         McuicJi  1,   1993 


1,    John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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t   Vol.  87  No.  32 

JUN     2 1993 

SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Monday,  August  10,  1992 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


CItjr  and  Covntjr  of  San  Francisco 


JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  August  10,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:20  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  6, 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Migden  -  5. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:22  p.m. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  was  noted  present  at  2:22  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  excused.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Migden  was  noted  present  at  2:24  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Hsieh  requested  to  be 
excused  from  attending  today's  meeting. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  to 
excuse  Supervisor  Hsieh  from  attendance  today. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh,  Migden  -  3. 


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COMMUNICATION 


The  Clerk  presented  the  following  communication  from  his  Honor, 
the  Mayor,  returning  with  his  veto  the  Business  Advisory  Commission 
ordinance: 

August  7,  1992 

Honorable  Board  of  Supervisors 

Room  235  -  City  Hall 

San  Francisco,  California  94102 

Re:  File  No.  97-92-19  (Business  Advisory  Commission) 

Honorable  Board  Members: 

Regrettably,  I  am  returning  the  attached  ordinance  with  my  veto. 

Enhancing  the  business  climate,  creating  new  jobs  and  increasing 
income  is  a  major  priority  of  my  administration,  and  I  was  looking 
forward  to  the  creation  of  a  broadly  representative  Business 
Advisory  Commission  to  help  advance  that  goal. 

Such  a  commission,  in  my  view,  should  represent  small  and  large 
businesses  both  downtown  and  in  the  neighborhoods. 

To  be  truly  effective,  however,  such  a  commission  must  be  fully 
accountable  and  held  totally  responsible  for  its  actions;  and, 
therefore,  must  report  and  be  responsive  to  the  Mayor's  office.   To 
divide  its  membership  between  persons  appointed  by  the  Mayor  and 
others  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  would  dilute  accountability, 
divide  responsibility  and  deny  the  commission  the  singleness  of 
purpose  required  for  it  to  be  truly  effective. 

As  with  Police,  Fire,  Planning  and  other  important  commissions,  I 
firmly  believe  in  the  principle  that  the  buck  stops  with  the  Mayor. 
I  want  a  strong,  cohesive  Business  Advisory  Commission,  and  to 
divide  its  membership  would  be  bad  public  policy,  bad  management  and 
bad  for  the  City. 

It  remains  my  hope  that  we  can  adopt  an  ordinance  creating  a 
commission  that  would  infuse  new  and  expanding  vitality  into  our 
economy.   To  that  end,  I  am  transmitting  herewith  a  new  ordinance 
which  I  hope  the  Board  of  Supervisors  will  consider  as  an  amendment 
of  the  whole. 

This  ordinance  retains  the  basic  provisions  of  the  original  Business 
Advisory  Commission  Ordinance,  however  it  creates  the  Commission 
pursuant  to  Charter  Section  2.101  which  empowers  this  Commission  in 
the  same  manner  as  if  created  by  charter  amendment.   Its  mission 
remains  unchanged.   The  number  and  criteria  for  commission  members 
also  remain  unchanged.   The  substitute  ordinance  does,  however, 
provide  the  Business  Advisory  Commission  with  an  executive  director, 
who  shall  act  as  department  head  and  is  authorized  to  carry  out  the 
Commission's  activities  as  directed  by  the  Commission.   It  also 
requires  that  a  portion  of  the  first  appointed  commissioners  be 
selected  by  the  Mayor  from  nominees  submitted  by  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  and  designated  business  organizations. 


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The  primary  difference  between  this  substitute  ordinance  and  the 
original  is  that  the  Business  Advisory  Commission  will  now  be 
endowed  with  the  powers  and  authority  of  a  commission  like  every 
other  City  commission.   I  believe  this  enhances  the  role  of  the 
Business  Advisory  Commission  and  gives  the  business  community  the 
voice  that  it  wants. 

I  very  much  want  a  close  and  collaborative  working  relationship  with 
the  Board,  and  urge  you  to  refer  both  my  veto  and  this  substitute 
proposal  to  committee  for  public  hearing. 

Sincerely, 

/s/  Frank  M.  Jordan 

Mayor 


Consideration  Continued 

[Business  Advisory  Commission] 

Ordinance  repealing  existing  provisions  of  San  Francisco 
Administrative  Code,  Article  XIII  of  Chapter  5,  abolishing  the 
Bureau  of  Small  Business  and  Small  Business  Advisory  Commission,  and 
establishing  a  Business  Advisory  Commission  within  the  Mayor's 
Office  of  Economic  Planning  and  Development. 

File  97-92-19 

Supervisor  Britt,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  August  17,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh,  Migden  -  3. 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Business  Advisory  Commission] 

Ordinance  repealing  existing  provisions  of  San  Francisco 
Administrative  Code,  Article  XIII  of  Chapter  5,  abolishing  the 
Bureau  of  Small  Business  and  Small  Business  Advisory  Commission,  and 
establishing  a  Business  Advisory  Commission  within  the  Mayor's 
Office  of  Economic  Planning  and  Development. 

File  97-92-19.1 

Submitted  by  the  Mayor  with  request  it  be  referred  to  Committee. 

Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 


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Presentation  of  Guests 

Supervisor  Britt  introduced  and  welcomed  John  Candy,  member  of 
Board  of  Education,  Ontario,  Canada. 


CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Airport  -  Lease  Modification] 

Ordinance  approving  Modification  No.  1  of  lease  agreement  between 
City  College  of  San  Francisco  and  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco, 
acting  by  and  through  its  Airports  Commission.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-5,   Ordinance  No.  258-92 

Finally  passed. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Garage  Lease  Documents] 

Ordinance  approving  and  adopting  Polk-Bush  Garage  legal  documents 

and  authorization  for  management  agreement.   <Real  Estate  Department) 

File  47-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Adopted 

[Prop  J  Contract] 

Resolution  concurring  with  Controller's  certification  that  services 
of  the  Court  Management  System  Coordinator  can  be  practically 
performed  by  private  contractor  for  lower  cost  than  similar  work 
services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees.   (Municipal  Court) 

File  25-92-25,   Resolution  No.  692-92 

Adopted. 


[Employee  Replacement] 

Resolution  approving  immediate  filling  of  vacated  position  of  one 

Classification  0140  Chief,  Fire  Department.   (Fire  Commission) 

File  31-92-3,   Resolution  No.  687-92 

Adopted. 


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[Employee  Replacement! 

Resolution  approving  immediate  filling  of  vacated  position  of  one 

Classification  0150  Deputy  Chief,  Fire  Department.   (Fire  Commission) 

File  31-92-4,   Resolution  No.  688-92 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Hock  Investment 

Co.,  Inc.,  V.  City  and  County  to  permit  the  processing  of  an 

application  for  conversion  of  condominiums  of  2090  Pacific.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-39,   Ordinance  No.  259-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  812-225.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Myrna  A.  Ragotero, 
Roily  P.  Chan  against  the  City  and  County,  et  al.  by  payment  of 
$8,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-40,   Ordinance  No.  260-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  066-803) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Paul  Chan  against 
Ali  Feroz  and  the  City  and  County,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $12,000. 
(City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-41,   Ordinance  No.  261-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  934-426) 

Finally  passed. 


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(CCP  Section  998  Offer  of  Settlement] 

Ordinance  authorizing  Code  of  Civil  Procedure  Section  998  offer  of 
settlement  of  litigation  of  Brian  Bringardner  against  the  City  and 
County,  et  al  by  payment  of  $88,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-42,   Ordinance  No.  257-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  920-290) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Stephan  H.  Soo 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $6,500.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-43,   Ordinance  No.  262-92 

(United  States  District  Court  No.  C90-3699  FMS) 

Finally  passed. 


(Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Deborah  and  James 

De'Angelis  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $17,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-44,   Ordinance  No.  263-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  914-116) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Stephen  Jones  v.  Nandi  D. 
Sundaram,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-11,   Ordinance  No.  264-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  927-043) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Mary  Jean  Stalion  v.  Barry  Ross, 
Lorence  Vogt,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,750  and 
dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-12,   Ordinance  No.  265-92 


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(Superior  Court  No.  934-430) 
Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County  v. 
Loretta  R.  Varni,  Administratrix  of  the  Estate  of  Dolores  Wooldridge 
deceased  and  consolidated  action  Loretta  R.  Varni  individually,  and 
as  Administratrix  v.  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  et  al.,  by 
accepting  consideration  in  the  total  amount  of  $100,000  payable  in 
cash  and  in  the  form  of  a  stipulated  judgment  against  the  Estate  of 
Dolores  Wooldridge;  and  by  accepting  an  indemnity  agreement  from  the 
Administratrix  of  the  Estate  of  Dolores  Wooldridge.   (Tax 
Collector) 

File  46-92-13,   Ordinance  No.  266-92 

(Superior  Court  Nos.  918-696  and  903-033;  Legal  Division  File 
BDR  9913.) 


Finally  passed 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuitl 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Stephen  C.  Flahaven  v.  Richard 

A.  La  Cava,  et  al.,  and  related  actions,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of 

$7,500  less  one-half  costs  and  dismissal  of  complaint.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  46-92-14,   Ordinance  No.  267-92 

(Municipal  Court  Consolidated  Action  No.  021-668.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  City  and  County  v.  John  Lloyd 
Hipp,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-15,   Ordinance  No.  268-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  079-623.) 

Finally  passed. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh  -  2. 
REGULAR  CALENDAR 
UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 
Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $9,916,  Department  of  Public  Works,  for 
capital  improvement  project  (Hall  of  Justice  Parking  Lot  Expansion) 
and  certifying  $9,916  from  capital  improvement  project  (Hall  of 
Justice  Parking  Lot  Expansion),  to  cover  overage  above  ten  percent 
of  contracted  amount  pursuant  to  provisions  of  Charter  Section 
7.203;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Controller) 

File  101-92-5,   Ordinance  No.  269-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh  -  2. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 

against  Robert  C.  Pritikin  for  (($100,000,  $95,120))  $50,000, 

$45, 120  to  be  paid  to  the  General  Fund  and  building  permit  penalties 

of  $4,880  to  be  paid  directly  to  the  Bureau  of  Building  Inspection. 

(City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  937-333.) 

Supervisor  Alioto,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  moved  to 
amend  page  1,  lines  2  and  12,  by  replacing  "$100,000,  $95,120"  with 
"$50,000,  $45,120". 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Migden,  Shelley  -  5. 


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Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 
Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh  -  2. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Nigden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  3. 

Absent:   Supervisois  Achtenberg,  Hsieh  -  2. 

From  Redevelopment  Agency 

Finally  Passed 

[Redevelopment  Plan  Amendment] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  14-81,  amended  by  Ordinance  No. 
50-84,  amended  by  Ordinance  No.  137-92,  approving  the  Redevelopment 
Plan  for  the  Rincon  Point  -  South  Beach  Redevelopment  Project  Area 
by  amending  said  plan  to  expand  the  Project  Area  by  adding  land  to 
the  Rincon  Point  Sub-area  of  the  Project  Area,  specifically  the 
eastern  3,446  square  feet  of  Lot  33  of  Assessor's  Block  3741, 
bounded  by  the  easterly  line  of  the  existing  Embarcadero  Freeway 
Right-of-Way,  (between  Spear  and  Steuart  Streets)  and  the  existing 
westerly  boundary  of  the  Rincon  Point  Sub-area,  and  to  extend  for 
five  (5)  years  the  Agency's  authority  to  utilize  eminent  domain  to 
acquire  property  within  the  Rincon  Point  -  South  Beach  Redevelopment 
Project  Area. 

File  151-92-1.1,   Ordinance  No.  270-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh  -  2. 

From  Redevelopment  Agency 

Finally  Passed 

[Redevelopment  Plan  Amendment] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  273-64,  amended  by  Ordinance  No. 
264-70,  amended  by  Ordinance  No.  288-76,  amended  by  Ordinance  No. 
491-86,  amended  by  Ordinance  No.  452-87,  approving  the  Redevelopment 
Plan  for  the  Western  Addition  Redevelopment  Project  Area  A-2  by 


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amending  said  plan  to  (1)  increase  the  limitation  on  the  number  of 
tax  increment  funds  that  may  be  divided  and  allocated  to  the 
Redevelopment  Agency  for  use  under  the  Redevelopment  Plan, 
specifically  to  increase  the  limitation  from  $65.3  million  to  $190.3 
million;  (2)  extend  the  time,  from  October  13,  1994  to  October  13, 
2000  for  establishment  or  incurrence  by  the  Redevelopment  Agency  of 
any  loans,  advances,  or  indebtedness  to  finance  the  project  in  whole 
or  in  part  and  to  be  repaid  from  the  allocation  of  taxes  pursuant  to 
Section  33670  of  the  California  Health  and  Safety  Code;  and  (3) 
extend  the  time  limit  from  30  to  36  years  after  the  original  1964 
plan  adoption  date,  for  the  establishment  of,  or  incurrence  of, 
loans,  advances  and  indebtedness  to  finance  the  project  in  whole  or 
in  part. 

File  15i-92-2,   Ordinance  No.  271-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh  -  2. 

NEW  BUSINESS 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 


Adopted 

[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Central 
Administration,  to  apply  for  a  grant  of  up  to  $420,000,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $42,000,  based  on  ten 
percent  of  direct  costs,  from  the  Robert  Wood  Johnson  Foundation, 
the  Northern  California  Grantmakers,  the  Henry  J.  Kaiser  Family 
Foundation,  Pacific  Gas  and  Electric  Company,  the  Hearst 
Foundations,  the  Richard  and  Rhoda  Goldman  Fund,  the  San  Francisco 
Foundation,  the  Gannett  Communities  Fund,  the  Pacific  Telesis 
Foundation,  the  Ernest  D.  Van  Loben  Sels/Eleanor  Slate  Van  Loben 
Sels  Charitable  Foundation,  the  Wells  Fargo  Corporate  Contribution 
Program,  the  Cresent  Porter  Hale  Foundation,  the  Clorox  Company 
Foundation,  the  Walter  and  Elise  Haas  Fund,  the  McBean  Family 
Foundation,  the  Montgomery  Street  Foundation,  the  Koret  Foundation 
and  the  Bernard  Osher  Foundation  for  funding  for  the  Health  of  the 
City  proposal.    (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-53,   Resolution  No.  694-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh  -  3. 
Recommendation  of  City  Services  Committee 

Adopted 

[Permit] 

Resolution  granting  revocable  permission  to  111  Jones  Street  Limited 

Partnership  to  install  a  PG&E  transformer  vault  under  the  sidewalk 

fronting  111  Jones  Street  (Block  344,  Lot  2),    and  adopting  findings 

pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public 

Works) 

File  10-92-1,   Resolution  No.  691-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Nigden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh  -  3. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Dehnert  Queen; 
Charles  Appleton. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required 

Severed  from  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 

Supervisor  Hallinan  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 
and  considered  separately. 

Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 


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[Transfer  of  Presidio  and  Hunters  Point  Naval  Shipyard] 
Notion  directing  the  Budget  Analyst  to  examine  the  impact,  both 
direct  and  indirect,  on  San  Francisco  of  the  transfer  of  the 
Presidio  and  Hunters  Point  Naval  Shipyard,  including  direct  and 
indirect  impacts  on  City  services.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  165-92-11 

At  the  request  of  Supervisor  Hallinan,  the  above  subject  matter 
was  referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

The  Board  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following  items  on 
the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 


For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 


Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Franklin 
Street,  between  Grove  and  McAllister  Streets,  on  Monday,  September 
7,  1992  from  6:00  a.m.  until  12:00  a.m.;  Friday,  September  11,  1992 
from  6:00  a.m.  until  Saturday,  September  12,  1992  at  12:00  a.m.,  for 
San  Francisco  Opera  Guild.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 


File  42-92-30,   Resolution  No.  693-92 


(August  3,  1992 
10,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 


[New  Residential  and  Commercial  Condominium  Project] 
Motion  approving  final  map  of  1483  Sutter  Street  (formerly  1445 
Sutter  Street),  also  known  as  the  Sutterfield,  a  condominium 
project,  being  a  resubdivision  of  Parcel  "A",  Lot  198,  in  Assessor's 
Block  689;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code 
Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-18 

(August  3,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
10,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


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[Condominium  Conversion] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  2900  Pacific  Avenue,  being  a 

resubdivision  of  Lot  2,    Assessor's  Block  963,  and  adopting  findings 

pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public 

Works) 

File  58-92-19 

(August  3,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
10,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  4. 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 


Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-32,   Resolution  No.  689-92 

(Peter  Ashe,  member.  Retirement  Board,  August  16  -  September  14; 
Jeff  Brown,  Public  Defender,  July  29  -  August  27;  Cleo  Donovan, 
member,  Civil  Service  Commission,  July  29  -  August  7;  Joseph 
Driscoll,  member.  Retirement  Board,  August  1-8  and  August  31  • 
September  19;  Susan  Lowenberg,  member,  City  Planning  Commission, 
July  28  -  August  2;  Boyd  G.  Stephens,  M.D. ,  Chief  Medical 
Examiner,  September  18  -  23  and  November  23  -  December  5; 
Mrs.  Melvin  M.  Swig,  President,  War  Memorial  Board  of  Trustees, 
August  4  -  17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolution  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 


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Adopted 

[Cultural  A££airs  Task  Force  One-Month  Extension] 
Resolution  granting  the  Cultural  Affairs  Task  Force  a  one-month 
extension  to  finalize  their  report  to  the  Board  of  Supervisors  no 
later  than  September  24,  1992. 

File  197-92-3,   Resolution  No.  690-92 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Shelley  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


[Parking  Permits/Construction  Vehicles/Meter  Zones] 
Ordinance  amending  Part  II,  Chapter  XI  of  the  San  Francisco 
Municipal  Code  (Traffic  Code),  by  amending  Section  202. C  to  delete 
the  requirement  that  construction  vehicles  using  parking  permits  in 
parking  meter  zones  must  display  the  name  of  the  licensed 
contractor.   (Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic 
and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  124-92-8 


[Hotel  Tax  Exemption] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code  by  amending 
Section  506  to  exempt  certain  hotels  from  the  Hotel  Tax. 
(Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  127-92-7 


[Accessibility  for  the  Disabled] 

Resolution  calling  on  the  Board  of  Supervisors  to  make  all  board  and 
committee  meetings  accessible  to  persons  with  hearing  impairments  by 
installing  assistant  listening  devices  within  two  months. 
(Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  Administration  and 
Oversight  Committee. 

File  54-92-4 


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[Removal  of  Members/City-Wide  Alcoholism  Board] 

Resolution  requesting  the  removal  of  three  members  of  the  City-Wide 
Alcoholism  Advisory  Board.   (Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.) 
Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  92-92-29.2 


Referred  to  Board 

[SFUSD  -  Lead  Health  Hazard] 

Resolution  urging  the  School  Board  and  the  Superintendent  of  the  San 
Francisco  Unified  School  District  to  distribute  information  about 
the  health  hazards  from  exposure  to  lead  and  about  the  CHOP  Program 
to  parents  and  students;  urging  that  lead  screening  be  included  as 
part  of  the  health  examination  required  when  first  entering  school 
up  to  the  age  of  five;  urging  that  educational  services  available 
for  children  with  learning  and  behavioral  problems  include  services 
for  problems  believed  to  be  caused  by  lead  poisoning;  urging 
compliance  with  all  applicable  Federal,  State  and  Local  laws 
regarding  lead  hazard  reduction;  and  urging  that  all  steps  necessary 
to  reduce  lead  hazards  on  school  property  be  taken  as  soon  as 
possible.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Conroy, 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt  presented.)   Referred  to  Board 
August  17,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  290-92-1 

[DSS,  Recreation  and  Park,  Library  -  Lead  Hazards] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Commission  and  Director  of 
Social  Services,  the  Recreation  and  Park  and  General  Manager  of 
Recreation  and  Parks,  and  the  Library  Commission  and  the  Director  of 
the  Public  Library  to  make  educational  information  about  the  health 
hazards  resulting  from  exposure  to  lead  available  to  children  and 
parents  involved  in  programs  which  are  sponsored  by  the  Departments 
respectively.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan, 
Conroy,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt  presented.)   Referred  to 
Board  August  17,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 
Calendar . 

File  290-92-2 

[Child  Care  -  Lead  Screening] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  public  and  private  child  care 
facilities  through  the  Mayor's  Office  of  Children,  Youth  and  Their 
Families  to  request  lead  screening  of  children  over  the  age  of  nine 
months  as  a  condition  of  enrollment  in  their  respective  child  care 
program.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Conroy, 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt  presented.)   Referred  to  Board 
August  17,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  290-92-3 


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[Housing  Authority,  Redevelopment  Agency  -  Lead  Hazards] 
Resolution  urging  the  Housing  Authority  and  the  Redevelopment  Agency 
to  take  actions  to  address  the  health  hazards  resulting  from  the 
lead  exposure,  and  directing  the  Clerk  to  transmit  a  copy  of  this 
resolution  to  the  Director  of  the  Housing  Authority  and  the  Director 
of  the  Redevelopment  Agency.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden, 
Hallinan,  Conroy,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  August  17,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  290-92-4 

[DPW,  BBI  -  Qualified  Inspections] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Chief  Administrative  and  the 
Director  of  Department  of  Public  Works  and  the  Superintendent  of 
Bureau  of  Building  Inspection  to  develop  and  publish  a  list  of 
qualified  lead  inspectors  who  test  for  the  presence  of  lead  with 
effective  testing  devices,  and  requesting  the  clerk  to  transmit  a 
copy  of  this  resolution  to  the  Director  and  Superintendent. 
(Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Conroy,  Kennedy, 
Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  17, 
1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  290-92-5 

[State  Legislation  -  Child  Care  Licensing] 

Resolution  urging  members  of  the  San  Francisco's  State  Legislative 
Delegation  to  introduce  State  Legislation  requiring  environmental 
lead  testing  as  a  prerequisite  for  State  child  care  licensing; 
directing  the  conveyance  of  this  Resolution  to  the  State  Legislative 
Delegation  and  the  City's  State  Lobbyist.   (Supervisors  Shelley, 
Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Conroy,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  17,  1992  For  Adoption  Without 
Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  290-92-6 

Request  for  Hearings; 

File  21-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  legislation  to 
allow  the  extension  of  lifeline  sewage  rates  to  users  who  can 
demonstrate  that  medical  necessity  requires  sewer  usage  in  excess  of 
lifeline  allotment.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  191-92-1,  By  Supervisors  Kennedy,  Hsieh:   To  consider 
feasibility  of  placing  streetlights  at  the  cul-de-sac  end  of  Caine 
Avenue.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  243-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Britt:   To  consider  the  policy  to 
provide  free  parking  for  some  City  employees  and  to  consider  the 
market  value  of  parking  spaces  currently  being  provided  free  of 
charge  and  the  rationale  of  current  policy.   Referred  to  Economic 
and  Social  Policy  Committee. 


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File  248-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Maher:   To  consider  legislation 
transferring  title  to  the  School  of  Commerce  in  North  Beach  to  the 
San  Francisco  Unified  School  District.   (Referred  to  Finance 
Committee  with  request  that  it  be  considered  as  soon  as  possible. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-46.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  San  Francisco  Taxpayers*  Association  against  the  Board 
of  Supervisors  by  payment  of  $50,000.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-47.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  LeBeauf,  et  al.  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $13,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  45-92-48.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  State  Compensation  Insurance  Fund  against  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $17,490.60.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  46-92-16.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  against  Anthony 
Walker  and  Gary  Walker  for  $5,000  to  be  paid  to  the  General  Fund. 
(City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  27-92-6.   [Airport  -  Rates  and  Charges]  Making  a  finding  that 
the  schedule  of  rates  and  charges  for  common  use  facilities 
established  by  Airports  Commission  effective  July  1,  1992  will  be 
sufficient  to  pay  for  maintenance  and  operation  expenses  of  the 
Airport  and  will  not  require  any  tax  subsidy;  companion  measure  to 
File  27-92-6.1.   (Airports  Commission)   To  Finance  with  direction  to 
report  back  to  Board  August  24,  1992. 

File  27-92-6.1.   [Airport  -  Rates  and  Charges]  Approving  changes  to 
the  schedule  of  rates  and  charges  for  common  use  facilities  at  San 
Francisco  International  Airport  as  established  by  Airports 
Commission;  companion  measure  to  File  27-92-6.   (Airports 
Commission)   To  Finance  with  direction  to  report  back  to  Board 
August  24,  1992. 

File  38-92-22.   [Gift  Acceptance]  Authorizing  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco  to  accept  gift  or  advance  funds  in  the  amount  of  up  to 
$170,000  from  CateUus  Development  Corporation  to  cover  certain 
costs  and  expenses  related  to  the  formation  of  one  or  more  community 
facilities  districts  under  the  Mello-Roos  Community  Facility  Act  of 
1992  in  the  Mission  Bay  Project  area.   (Chief  Administrative 
Officer)   Finance 


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File  40-92-6.  [Parking  of  Vehicles]  Extending  the  boundaries  of  i 
Residential  Permit  Parking  Area  "R"  in  the  Cleary  Court  area;  and  ] 
adding  to  the  list  of  streets  upon  which  time  limitations  shall  I 
apply-  (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic)  Economic  and  Social  a 
Policy 

File  133-92-2.   [Solid  Waste  Management]  Authorizing  the  Chief 
Administrative  Officer  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to 
accept  and  expend  $2,896,061  in  funds  from  the  Sanitary  Fill  Company 
to  be  used  for  the  Solid  Waste  Management  Program  Projects.   (Chief 
Administrative  Officer)   Finance 

File  138-92-6.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  District 
Attorney  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $230,850  made  available 
through  the  State  Board  of  Control,  Victims  of  Crime  Program,  an 
agent  of  the  State  of  California  for  a  project  entitled  "Joint 
Powers  Agreement  with  Victim  Witness  Assistance  Center"  for  fiscal 
year  1992-93.   (District  Attorney)   Finance 

File  138-92-7.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  District 
Attorney  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $279,506  made  available 
through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a  project 
entitled  "Victim  Witness  Assistance  Center"  for  the  twelve  month 
period  July  1,  1992  through  June  30,  1993.   (District  Attorney) 
Finance 

Reguests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  the  City  Attorney  prepare  legislation  to 
allow  the  extension  of  life  line  sewage  rates  to  users  who  can 
demonstrate  that  medical  necessity  requires  sewer  usage  in  excess  of 
lifeline  allotment. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Executive  Director, 
Parking  and  Traffic  Commission  inquiring  whether  the  Department  can 
investigate  the  citizen  request  to  install  stop  lights  at  225-30th 
Street,  which  is  the  location  of  the  30th  Street  Senior  Center  in 
San  Francisco. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letters  be  sent  to  the  Mayor  and  the 
City  Attorney  inquiring  whether  an  investigation  can  be  made 
regarding  the  matter  between  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
School  District  regarding  the  citizen's  request  to  build  a  curbside 
handicap  ramp  on  Bartol  Alley  up  to  the  playground  at  the  On  Lok 
Daycare  Center  which  is  used  by  senior  citizens  and  youngsters. 

By  Supervisors  Kennedy,  Hsieh  that  letter  be  sent  to  the  Acting 
Chief  of  Police  requesting  information  on  how  a  neighborhood  would 
get  the  assistance  of  a  Community  Police  Officer  to  assist  them  in 
deterring  such  criminal  activities  as:  blatant  drug  sales  and  use, 
loitering,  graffiti,  burglary,  harassment,  intimidation,  traffic 
blocking,  threats,  car  stripping  and  fire  weapons. 


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By  Supervisor  Maher,  that  the  City  Attorney  prepare  legislation  that 
would  transfer  title  to  the  School  of  Commerce  in  North  Beach  to  the 
San  Francisco  Unified  School  District. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

James  J.  Rudden  (Supervisor  Shelley) 

Randall  Klose  (Supervisors  Britt,  Migden) 

Kozmik  Ladye,  aka  Janice  Kramer,  (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

Paul  K.  Varda  (Supervisor  Alioto) 

File  2-92-32 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
3:48  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of   Supervisors  on         MoAcfi  1,    1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  August  17,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:18  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisor  Hsieh  -  1. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  was  noted  present  at  2:20  p.m. 


Presentation  of  Guests 

Supervisor  Kennedy  introduced  and  welcomed  the  following  young 
persons  from  the  Bayview/Hunters  Point  Foundation: 

Lakeesha  Jefferson; 
Erikah  Henley; 
Jenette  Washington; 
Shan'eeka  Jane; 
Lashunti  Clark; 
Tanya  Willis; 
Dartanian  Woodard; 
Terence  Otis; 
L'orenza  McGee; 
Cherryl  Ferguson. 


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SPECIAL  ORDER  2:0Q  P.M. 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  A,  a 

bond  issue  providing  loans  for  seismic  strengthening  of  unreinforced 

masonry  buildings  at  a  cost  of  $350,000,000.   (Supervisor  Hsieh) 

File  60-92-4.1 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  B,  a 

bond  issue  providing  for  construction  and  reconstruction  of 

correctional  facilities,  at  a  cost  of  $158,100,000.   (Supervisor 

Gonzalez) 

File  60-92-4.3 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  C,  a 
bond  issue  providing  for  construction  and  reconstruction  of  Fire 
Department  facilities,  at  a  cost  of  $40,800,000.   (Supervisor  Conroy) 

File  60-92-4.2 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Adopted 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Notion  authorizing  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  D, 
charter  amendment  concerning  financing  construction  or  improvement 
of  capital  facilities  or  purchase  of  equipment.   (Supervisor  Hsieh) 

File  229-92-2 

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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  E, 
charter  amendment  concerning  collective  bargaining  for  miscellaneous 
employees.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  229-91-5 

Supervisor  Britt,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  ballot  argument. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  F, 
charter  amendment  concerning  increasing  retirement  allowances  of 
miscellaneous  officers  and  employees  retired  prior  to  July  2,  1991 
(Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  218-92-2 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  an 

amendment  of  the  whole  ballot  argument. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


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[Ballot  Argumentl 

Notion  authorizing  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  G, 
charter  amendment  concerning  the  coordination  of  retirement  benefits 
for  safety  employees  and  miscellaneous  employees.   (Supervisors 
Achtenberg,  Maher,  Shelley,  Hallinan) 

File  242-92-2 

Supervisor  Achtenberg,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  ballot  argument. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

(Supervisor  Maher  dissenting  in  Committee.) 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  opponent's  argument  in  opposition  to  Proposition 
I,  ordinance  concerning  I.N.S.  (Immigration  and  Naturalization 
Service)  cooperation.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  60-92-9 

Supervisor  Achtenberg,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Britt,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  ballot  argument. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Adopted 
(Supervisor  Maher  dissenting  in  Committee.) 


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[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  opponent's  argument  in  opposition  to  Proposition 

J,  ordinance  concerning  solicitation.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  60-92-9.1 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 
CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Acceptance  of  Gift] 

Resolution  accepting  one  gift  valued  at  $23,889,  from  the  Northern 
California  Grant  Makers,  for  use  at  various  recreation  centers, 
after-school,  latch-key,  day  camp  and  teen  programs  for  the 
Recreation  and  Park  Department.   (Recreation  and  Park  Department) 

File  38-92-21,   Resolution  No.  707-92 

Adopte<1. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Services,  Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  Sexually 
Transmitted  Disease  Control  Division,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant 
of  $378,916,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of  $27,766  based  on 
twenty  percent  of  personnel  salaries  from  the  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  for  the  provision  of  alternative  Sexually  Transmitted 
Disease  services.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-34.1,   Resolution  No.  717-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Laguna  Honda 
Hospital,  to  accept  and  expend  a  Hazard  Mitigation  grant  of 
$215,000,  and  a  required  match  in  the  amount  of  $215,000,  which  is 
one  hundred  percent  of  the  total  award,  from  the  California  State 
Office  of  Emergency  Services  in  behalf  of  Federal  Emergency 
Management  Agency  (FEMA)  for  construction  costs;  waiving  indirect 
costs.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

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File  146-92-55,   Resolution  No.  718-92 
Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds! 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  apply  for  a  continuation  grant  of  $6,250,000,  which  includes 
indirect  costs  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  to  continue  funding  the  AIDS  Prevention  Project. 
(Department  of  Public  Health). 

File  146-92-57,   Resolution  No.  720-92 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Garage  Lease  Documents] 

Ordinance  approving  and  adopting  Polk-Bush  Garage  legal  documents 

and  authorization  for  management  agreement.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  47-92-5,   Ordinance  No.  273-92 

Finally  passed. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Kam  Chu  Wong 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $24,900.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-45,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  899-881.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Adopted 

[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  1275  Manager, 
Bureau  of  Personnel  and  Training  (PUC)  in  the  State  Disability 
Insurance  Program.   (Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-11,   Resolution  No.  708-92 

Adopted. 


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[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classifications  0583  Assistant 
Clerk  of  Superior  Court,  1126  Public  Administrator,  1131  Assistant 
Public  Administrator,  Public  Guardian  and  1807  Management 
Informations  Systems  Tech  II  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance 
Program.   (Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-12,   Resolution  No.  709-92 

Adopted. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  9373  Manager  of 
Marketing  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Employee 
Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-13,   Resolution  No.  710-92 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Consideration  of  Mayor's  Disapproval 

Tabled 

[Business  Advisory  Commission] 

Ordinance  repealing  existing  provisions  of  Administrative  Code, 
Article  XIII  of  Chapter  5,  abolishing  the  Bureau  of  Small  Business 
and  Small  Business  Advisory  Commission,  and  establishing  a  Business 
Advisory  Commission  within  the  Mayor's  Office  of  Economic  Planning 
and  Development. 

File  97-92-19,   Ordinance  No. 

(July  27,  1992  -  Finally  passed. 

August  7,  1992  -  Returned  to  Board  by  Mayor,  disapproved. 

August  10,  1992  -  Consideration  continued  to  August  17,  1992.) 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to  table, 


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Tabled  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 

against  Robert  C.  Pritikin  for  (($50,000,  $45,120))  $100,000, 

$95, 120  to  be  paid  to  the  General  Fund  and  building  permit  penalties 

of  $4,880  to  be  paid  directly  to  the  Bureau  of  Building  Inspection. 

(City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  937-333.) 

Supervisor  Alioto,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  to 
table. 

Motion  to  table  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Migden,  Shelley  -  5. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  6. 


Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  to 
amend  title,  line  two  and  text,  line  13  by  replacing  "$50,000.00" 
and  "$45,120.00"  with  "$100,000.00"  and  "95,120.00"  respectively. 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  6. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Migden,  Shelley  -  5. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Alioto,  moved  to 
rescind  the  previous  vote: 

Motion  to  rescind  the  previous  vote  adopted  by  the  following 
vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Supervisor  Alioto,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  moved  to 


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suspend  Rule  2.21  of  the  Rules  of  Order  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
to  grant  privilege  of  the  floor  to  the  attorney  representing  Mr. 
Pr itikin. 

On  objection  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  motion  lost. 

The  roll  was  then  called  on  the  pending  motion  to  amend  and  it 
was  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy  -  2. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy  -  2. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  Committee 

Tabled 

[Wild  and  Dangerous  Hybrids] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  to  prohibit  advertisement  for  sale 
of  any  wild  and  potentially  dangerous  animal,  amending  the 
definition  thereof  to  include  wolf  dogs,  coydogs,  other  coyote-dog 
hybrids  and  other  hybrids  of  wild  with  domestic  animals  and  defining 
a  prima  facie  violation  thereof  and  by  granting  the  Department  of 
Animal  Care  and  Control  discretion  to  immediately  dispose  of  any 
wild  and  potentially  dangerous  animal  seized.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  118-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  49  and  51; 
Adds  Section  51.1.) 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  moved  to 
table. 

Tabled  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

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Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Lease  of  Property] 

Ordinance  authorizing  and  approving  retroactively,  lease  of 
City-owned  property  at  1800  Oakdale  Avenue  (Southeast  Community 
Facility,  northwest  corner  of  Phelps  Street  and  Oakdale  Avenue)  to 
Economic  Opportunity  Council  of  San  Francisco,  a  non-profit 
corporation.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  65-92-12,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Adopted 

[Disbursement  of  the  additional  penalties] 

Resolution  providing  for  the  disbursement  of  the  additional 
penalties  assessed  in  criminal  cases  pursuant  to  Government  Code 
Section  76000,  establishing  a  Courthouse  Construction  Fund  pursuant 
to  Government  Code  Section  76100,  establishing  an  Automated 
Fingerprint  Identification  Fund  pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section 
76102,  continuing  an  Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund  pursuant  to 
Government  Code  Section  76104,  and  imposing  an  additional  penalty  on 
all  parking  offenses  to  support  the  Courthouse  Construction  Fund 
pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section  76000;  companion  measure  to  File 
Nos.  97-92-42,  97-92-43  and  97-92-44.   (Municipal  Court) 

File  97-92-43.1,   Resolution  No.  713-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Passed  for  second  reading 

(Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  require  that  the 
Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund  be  continued  using  penalty  revenues 
pursuant  to  Government  Code  Sections  76000  and  76104,  to  require 
that  the  moneys  in  such  fund  be  payable  only  for  the  purposes 
specified  in  Government  Code  Section  76104,  and  to  make  changes 
pursuant  to  recent  amendments  to  Health  and  Safety  Code  Sections 
1797.98a  through  1797. 98g;  companion  measure  to  File  97-92-43.1. 
(Municipal  Court) 

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File  97-92-42,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  10.117-73.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Naher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Automated  Fingerprint  Identification  Fund] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  establish  the  Automated 
Fingerprint  Identification  Fund  pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section 
76102,  to  reguire  that  the  moneys  in  such  fund  be  payable  only  for 
the  purposes  set  forth  in  Government  Code  Section  76102,  and  to 
renumber  Charter  Section  6.311  to  6.306;  companion  measure  to  File 
97-92-43.1.   (Municipal  Court) 

File  97-92-43,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  10.117-108.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Adopted 

[Courthouse  Construction  Fund] 

Resolution  renaming  the  Courthouse  Construction  Fund  and  continuing 
the  surcharge  on  filing  fees  in  Civil  and  Probate  actions  in  the 
Superior  Court  and  in  civil  actions  in  the  Municipal  Court  as 
provided  in  Government  Code  Section  76238  and  Section  10.117-35  of 
the  San  Francisco  Administrative  Code,  to  assist  in  the  acguisition, 
rehabilitation,  construction  and  financing  of  courtrooms  or  of  a 
courtroom  building  or  buildings  containing  facilities  necessary  or 
incidental  to  the  operation  of  the  justice  system  in  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco;  companion  measure  to  File  97-92-44. 
(Municipal  Court) 

File  97-92-44.1,   Resolution  No.  714-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


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Passed  for  Second  Reading 

(Courthouse  Construction  Fund] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  rename  the  "Courthouse 
Temporary  Construction  Fund"  the  "Courthouse  Construction  Fund",  to 
require  that  surcharges  on  filing  fees  in  the  Municipal  and  Superior 
Courts  and  penalty  assessments  provided  in  Government  Code  Section 
76000  be  deposited  in  such  fund,  and  to  require  that  the  moneys 
deposited  in  such  fund  be  used  only  for  the  purposes  set  forth  in 
Government  Code  Sections  76000,  76100  and  76238;  companion  measure 
to  Files  97-92-44.1,  97-92-43.1.   (Municipal  Court) 

File  97-92-44,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  10.117-35.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Adopted 

[Grant  -  Foundation  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Art  Commission  to  permit  Intersection  for 
the  Arts  to  continue  to  act  as  non-profit  fiscal  agent  for  the  San 
Francisco  Art  Commission  Gallery  and  to  continue  sponsorship  of  the 
Gallery's  Exploration:   City  Site  Program  and  in  that  capacity  to 
apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and  expend  a  $7,500  George 
Frederick  Jewett  Foundation  grant  for  City  Site  Programming; 
indirect  costs  of  ten  percent  fiscal  agent  fee  in  the  amount  of 
$750.00  will  be  paid  to  Intersection  for'  the  Arts  from  the  grant. 
(Art  Commission) 

File  132-92-6,   Resolution  No.  698-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


(Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of 
Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  Tuberculosis  Control  Division,  to 
apply  for,  retroactively,  and  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental  to  a 
grant  of  $268,923,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of 
$21,761  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries,  from  the  Department  of 
Health  and  Human  Services  for  the  Tuberculosis  Control  Project; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department 
of  Public  Health) 


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File  146-92-4.2,   Resolution  No.  696-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Division  of 
Mental  Health  and  Substance  Abuse,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of 
$25,000,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $1,190, 
based  on  five  percent  of  the  direct  costs  of  $23,810,  from 
California  Department  of  Developmental  Services  for  mental  health 
treatment  for  dually  diagnosed  Asian  Children.   (Department  of 
Public  Health) 

File  146-92-18.1,   Resolution  No.  715-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Services,  Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  Sexually 
Transmitted  Disease  Control,  to  apply  for,  retroactively,  accept  and 
expend  a  grant  of  $700,468,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $7,798  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries,  from  the 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  for  a  research  study  to  evaluate  HIV 
counseling  models;  rescinding  Resolution  No.  477-92.   (Department  of 
Public  Health) 

File  146-92-33.1,   Resolution  No.  716-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend,  retroactively,  an  augmentation  grant  of 
$66,547,  which  includes  $8,564  in  indirect  costs  based  on  twenty 
percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human 


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Services,  Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  the  AIDS 
Surveillance  and  Expanded  Initiatives  Project.   (Department  of 
Public  Health) 

File  146-92-56,   Resolution  No.  719-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  and  Finance  Committees 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Dog  Licenses] 

Ordinance  amending  Municipal  Code,  Part  III  (Revenue  and  Business 
Regulations)  and  amending  the  Health  Code,  to  require  every  person 
owning,  keeping  and  controlling  any  dog  over  the  age  of  four  months 
to  vaccinate  said  dog  against  rabies  and  to  obtain  a  license  for 
said  dog  requiring  every  person  procuring  a  young  dog  from  any 
animal  shelter  to  obtain  certificate  for  said  young  dog  and  setting 
forth  exceptions  and  penalties.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  127-92-4,   Ordinance  No. 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

(Deletes  Municipal  Code,  Part  III  Sections  215  through  219  and 

222  to  223  inclusive; 

Adds  Health  Code  Sections  41.15  through  4  1.25.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Salary  Standardization] 

((Ordinance  adjusting  and  fixing  schedules  of  compensation  effective 
July  1,  1992,  to  be  paid  under  the  provisions  of  Charter  Section 
8.404  to  employees  occupying  Classification  9163  Transit  Operator 
and  related  trainee  class;  continuing  by  reference  the  incorporation 
of  a  Memorandum  of  Understanding  between  the  City  and  County  and 
Transport  Workers  Union  which  established  conditions  and  benefits  of 
employment  other  than  wages  for  said  classifications.))   (Supervisor 
Hallinan) 

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Ordinance  fixing  schedules  ot  compensation  effective  July  1,  1992, 
to  be  paid  under  the  provisions  of  Charter  Section  8.404  to 
employees  occupying  Classification  9163  Transit  Operator  and  related 
trainee  class,  and  incorporating  by  reference  an  amendment  to  the 
memorandum  of  understanding,  provisions  hereof  to  remain  in  effect 
until  the  adoption  of  any  ordinance  establishing  different 
provisions. 

File  104-92-1,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  ^4igden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  entitled,  "Ordinance  fixing  schedules  of 
compensation  effective  July  1,  1992,  to  be  paid  under  the  provisions 
of  Charter  Section  8.404  to  employees  occupying  Classification  9163 
Transit  Operator  and  related  trainee  class,  and  incorporating  by 
reference  an  amendment  to  the  memorandum  of  understanding, 
provisions  hereof  to  remain  in  effect  until  the  adoption  of  any 
ordinance  establishing  different  provisions." 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Adopted 

[Port  Commission  -  Appointments] 

Resolution  confirming  the  Mayor's  appointments  to  the  Port 

Commission.   (Mayor) 

File  33-92-2,   Resolution  No.  705-92 

(Frank  J.  O'Neill,  vice  James  Bouskos,  term  expired,  for  term 
ending  May  1,  1996; 

Ming  Chang,  vice  Arthur  Coleman,  resigned,  for  term  ending  May 
1,  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


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Adopted  as  Amended 

(Redevelopment  Agency  -  Appointments] 

Resolution  confirming  the  Mayor's  appointments  to  the  Redevelopment 

Agency  Commission.   (Mayor) 

File  33-92-3,   Resolution  No.  706-92 

(Ben  Hom,  vice  Vivian  Fei  Tsen,  resigned,  for  term  ending 
September  3,  1994; 

Cynthia  Choy  Ong,  vice  Paul  Wartelle,  resigned,  for  term  ending 
September  3,  ((1992))  1996; 

Clarence  R.  Stern,  vice  Haig  Mardikian,  term  expired,  for  term 
ending  September  3,  1995.) 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
amend  line  12  by  replacing  "1992"  with  "1996". 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Adopted  as  amend  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Adopted 

(Memorandum  of  Understanding] 

Resolution  ratifying  Memorandum  of  Understanding  with  Pile  Drivers, 
Divers,  Carpenters,  Bridge,  Wharf  and  Dock  Builders,  Local  Union  No. 
34.   (Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  93-92-30,   Resolution  No.  711-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Letter  of  Agreement] 

Resolution  ratifying  amendment  to  Letter  of  Agreement  between  the 


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City  and  County  and  the  International  Union  of  Operating  Engineers 
Stationary  Local  39.   (Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  93-92-31,   Resolution  No.  712-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Rereferred  to  Committee 

[Legal  Authorization  to  Sue] 

Resolution  authorizing  Tax  Collector  to  institute  proceedings  for 
the  recovery  of  value  rendered  at  hospital  facilities  operated  by 
the  Department  of  Public  Health.   (Tax  Collector) 

File  166-92-4,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
rerefer  to  Committee. 

Motion  to  rerefer  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Adopted 

[State  Legislation] 

Resolution  supporting  Senate  Bill  1141  (Killea),  a  measure  which 

would  fully  establish  bicycle  use  as  an  integral  part  of 

California's  multimodal  transportation  system.   (Supervisors  Britt, 

Migden) 

File  12-92-29,   Resolution  No.  704-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


COMMITTEE  REPORTS 


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Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 


Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[City  Resources  to  Enforce  Immigration  Laws] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  which  prohibits  use  of  City 
and  County  resources  to  assist  in  enforcement  of  federal  immigration 
laws,  to  clarify  that  Chapter  12H  does  not  apply  to  individuals  who 
have  been  convicted  of  certain  crimes.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  97-92-46,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Section  12H.2-1.) 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  which  would  read  exactly  as  the  ordinance 
submitted  to  the  voters  as  Proposition  I  for  the  November  1992 
election. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  moved  to 
amend  page  one,  line  18,  after  "California"  by  inserting  "which  is 
still  considered  a  felony  under  state  law". 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Appointment  of  President  Pro  Tempore 

At  the  request  of  the  President,  Supervisor  Kennedy  assumed  the 
Chair. 

Appointment  of  President  Pro  Tempore 

At  the  request  of  the  President,  Supervisor  Gonzalez  assumed  the 
Chair. 

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PUBLIC  COMMENT 


The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Dehnert  Queen; 
Charles  Appleton; 
Edith  McMillan; 
Virginia  Conroy. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 

Adopted 

[SFUSD  -  Lead  Health  Hazard] 

Resolution  urging  the  School  Board  and  the  Superintendent  of  the  San 
Francisco  Unified  School  District  to  distribute  information  about 
the  health  hazards  from  exposure  to  lead  and  about  the  Child  Health 
and  Disability  Program  to  parents  and  students;  urging  that  lead 
screening  be  included  as  part  of  the  health  examination  required 
when  first  entering  school  up  to  the  age  of  five;  urging  that 
educational  services  available  for  children  with  learning  and 
behavioral  problems  include  services  for  problems  believed  to  be 
caused  by  lead  poisoning;  urging  compliance  with  all  applicable 
Federal,  State  and  Local  laws  regarding  lead  hazard  reduction;  and 
urging  that  all  steps  necessary  to  reduce  lead  hazards  on  school 
property  be  taken  as  soon  as  possible.   (Supervisors  Shelley, 
Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Conroy,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt, 
Hsieh) 

File  290-92-1,   Resolution  No.  721-92 

(August  10,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[DSS,  Recreation  and  Park,  Library  -  Lead  Hazards] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Commission  and  Director  of 
Social  Services,  the  Recreation  and  Park  and  General  Manager  of 
Recreation  and  Parks,  and  the  Library  Commission  and  the  Director  of 
the  Public  Library  to  make  educational  information  about  the  health 


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hazards  resulting  from  exposure  to  lead  available  to  children  and 
parents  involved  in  programs  which  are  sponsored  by  the  Departments 
respectively.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan, 
Conroy,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt,  Hsieh) 

File  290-92-2,   Resolution  No.  722-92 

(August  10,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Child  Care  -  Lead  Screening] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  public  and  private  child  care 
facilities  through  the  Mayor's  Office  of  Children,  Youth  and  Their 
Families  to  request  lead  screening  of  children  over  the  age  of  nine 
months  as  a  condition  of  enrollment  in  their  respective  child  care 
program.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Conroy, 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt,  Hsieh) 

File  290-92-3,   Resolution  No.  723-92 

(August  10,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Housing  Authority,  Redevelopment  Agency  -  Lead  Hazards] 
Resolution  urging  the  Housing  Authority  and  the  Redevelopment  Agency 
to  take  actions  to  address  the  health  hazards  resulting  from  the 
lead  exposure,  and  directing  the  Clerk  to  transmit  a  copy  of  this 
resolution  to  the  Director  of  the  Housing  Authority  and  the  Director 
of  the  Redevelopment  Agency.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden, 
Hallinan,  Conroy,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt,  Hsieh) 

File  290-92-4,   Resolution  No.  724-92 

(August  10,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Qualified  Lead  Inspectors] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer 

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File  290-92-5,   Resolution  No.  725-92 

(August  10,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[State  Legislation  -  Child  Care  Licensing] 

Resolution  urging  members  of  the  San  Francisco's  State  Legislative 
Delegation  to  introduce  State  Legislation  requiring  environmental 
lead  testing  as  a  prerequisite  for  State  Child  Care  Licensing; 
directing  the  conveyance  of  this  resolution  to  the  State  Legislative 
Delegation  and  the  City's  State  Lobbyist.   (Supervisors  Shelley, 
Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Conroy,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Maher,  Britt, 
Hsieh) 

File  290-92-6,   Resolution  No.  726-92 

(August  10,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  4. 
IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 


These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-33,   Resolution  No.  700-92 

(Harry  Britt,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  August  23-25;  Rand 
Castile,  Director,  Asian  Art  Museum,  August  13  -  27  and 


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September  14  -  22;  Thomas  F.  Murphy,  Acting  Chief  of  Police, 
August  15  -  22;  Rudy  Nothenberg,  Chief  Administrative  Officer, 
August  6-9  and  August  30  -  September  1;  Harry  S.  Parker,  III, 
Director  Fine  Arts  Museums,  September  4-9;  Boyd  G.  Stephens, 
M.D.,  Chief  Medical  Examiner,  September  18  -  23  and  November  23  - 
December  5;  Roselyne  C.  Swig,  member.  Library  Commission, 
August  14  -  23;  Ray  Telles,  member.  Film  and  Video  Arts 
Commission,  July  31  -  August  12;  James  Yee,  member.  Film  and  Video 
Arts  Commission,  July  30  -  August  4,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Keep  the  Giants] 

Resolution  urging  the  Major  League  owners  and  the  Commissioner  of 

Major  League  Baseball  to  use  their  powers  to  keep  the  San  Francisco 

Giants  in  San  Francisco.   (Supervisors  Alioto,  Mayor  Jordan, 

Shelley,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Maher,  Britt, 

Migden) 

File  252-92-1,   Resolution  No.  727-92 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  -following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 


Adopted 

[Proclamation] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  proclaim  August  21,  1992  as  Beth 

Kivel  Day  in  San  Francisco. 

File  4-92-15,   Resolution  No.  701-92 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Migden,  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate 
adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Proclamation] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  proclaim  September  4,  5  and  6,  1992 

as  Gay  Games  I  Tenth  Anniversary  Weekend. 

File  4-92-16,   Resolution  No.  702-92  ^ 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Migden,  Shelley,  Hallinan,  Alioto,  Maher 
presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


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[Proclamation] 

Resolution  supporting  The  Ride  for  the  Children  1992  and  recognizing 
cyclists  ending  hunger  Cor  their  participation  and  dedication  to  end 
hunger  for  America's  children  and  urging  the  Mayor  to  declare  August 
23rd  and  24th,  1992,  as  End  Hunger  Days  in  San  Francisco. 

File  4-92-17,   Resolution  No.  695-92 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Kennedy,  Shelley  presented  for  immediate 
adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Commend] 

Resolution  commending  and  honoring  Julia  I.  Lopez  for  her 
dedication,  commitment  to  excellence  and  hard  work  in  serving  the 
people  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco. 

File  6-92-15,   Resolution  No.  703-92 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Shelley 
presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Gold 
Street,  between  Sansome  and  Montgomery  Streets  on  Tuesday,  August 
25,  1992,  6:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.  for  filming  of  motion  picture 
"Joyride"  by  Warner  Brothers. 

File  42-92-31,   Resolution  No.  728-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Jack 
Kerovac  Street,  between  Columbus  and  Grant  Avenues  on  Tuesday, 
August  25,  1992,  5:00  p.m.  until  10:00  p.m.  for  filming  of  motion 
picture  "Joyride"  by  Warner  Brothers. 

File  42-92-32,   Resolution  No.  729-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Varennes 

Street,  between  Filbert  and  Union  Streets  on  Monday,  August  24, 


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1992,  7:00  a.m.  until  7:00  p.m.  for  filming  of  motion  picture 
"Joyride"  by  Warner  Brothers. 

File  42-92-33,   Resolution  No.  730-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Treat 
Avenue,  between  Twentieth  and  Twenty-First  Streets,  on  Saturday, 
August  29,  1992,  2:00  p.m.  until  8:00  p.m.  for  block  party. 

File  42-92-34,   Resolution  No.  731-92 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Mary 
Street,  between  Howard  and  Natoma  Streets,  on  Saturday,  August  22, 
1992,  from  9:00  a.m.  until  Sunday,  August  23,  1992  8:00  p.m.  for  a 
Blues  Festival,  Benefit  for  Abused  Children. 

File  42-92-35,   Resolution  No.  732-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Health  Benefits] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Health  Service  System  to 
extend  to  widows  of  police  officers  killed  in  the  line  of  duty  the 
same  health  coverage  available  to  active  employees  covered  by  the 
Police  Officers  Association  Memorandum  of  Understanding. 

File  78-92-2,   Resolution  No.  733-92 

Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Hsieh,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[San  Francisco  Giants] 

Resolution  urging  County  Board  of  Supervisors  throughout  the  State 

to  pass  resolutions  in  support  of  keeping  the  Giants  in  California. 

File  252-92-2,   Resolution  No.  697-92 

Supervisors  Shelley,  Alioto,  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hsieh  presented 
for  immediate  adoption. 

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Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Maher,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 


OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Sprinkler  System,  Existing  High-rise  Buildings] 

Ordinance  amending  Building  Code  by  amending  Section  1746  to  require 
installation  of  automatic  sprinkler  systems  in  existing  high-rise 
buildings.   (Supervisor  Hsieh  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic  and 
Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  114-91-2 


[Minority,  Women,  Local  Business  Enterprises] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  amending  Sections  12D.5, 
12D.8  and  12D,11  relating  to  a  race  and  gender  conscious 
subcontracting  affirmative  action  program  for  architectural/ 
engineering  and  related  services.   (Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.) 
Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee  with  request  it  be 
considered  at  the  August  25th  meeting. 

File  284-92-4 


Referred  to  Board 

[Private  Industry  Council] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Private  Industry  Council  to 
add  a  member  to  the  Private  Industry  Council  that  represents  the 
employment  training  needs  of  the  homeless  and  to  consider 
recommendations  for  appointment  from  the  Coalition  on  Homelessness . 
(Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  24,  1992 
For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  156-92-2 

Referred  to  Committee 


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[Highway  Mileage  Markers] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  California  Transportation 
Commission  to  adopt  the  Federal  system  of  highway  mileage  markers 
and  exit  numbers.   (Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.)   Referred  to 
Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  171-92-5 

Referred  to  Board 

[Youth  Vote  Project! 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  endorse  the  Youth  Vote  Project  and 
incorporate  it  into  the  annual  public  planning  process  for 
Proposition  J  Funds  (Children's  Fund).   (Supervisor  Shelley 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  24,  1992  For  Adoption  Without 
Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  185-92-3 

Reguests  for  Hearings: 

File  60-92-4.4,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
opponent's  ballot  argument  against  Proposition  A,  a  bond  issue 
providing  loans  for  seismic  strengthening  of  unreinforced  masonry 
buildings  at  a  cost  of  $350,000,000.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  60-92-4.5,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
opponent's  ballot  argument  against  Proposition  8,  a  bond  issue 
providing  for  construction  and  reconstruction  of  correctional 
facilities,  at  a  cost  of  $158,100,000.   Referred  to  Finance 
Committee. 

File  60-92-4.6,  By  Supervisor  Conroy:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
opponent's  ballot  argument  against  Proposition  C,  a  bond  issue 
providing  for  construction  and  reconstruction  of  Fire  Department 
facilities,  at  a  cost  of  $40,800,000.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee, 

File  229-92-3,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
opponent's  ballot  argument  against  Proposition  D,  charter  amendment 
concerning  financing  construction  or  improvement  of  capital 
facilities  or  purchase  of  equipment.   Referred  to  Administration  and 
Oversight  Committee. 

File  229-91-5.1,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
opponent's  ballot  argument  against  Proposition  E,  charter  amendment 
concerning  collective  bargaining  for  miscellaneous  employees. 
Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  218-92-3,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
opponent's  ballot  argument  against  Proposition  F,  charter  amendment 
concerning  increasing  retirement  allowances  of  miscellaneous 
officers  and  employees  retired  prior  to  July  2,  1991.   Referred  to 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 


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File  242-92-3,  By  Supervisoi  Achtenberg:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
opponent's  ballot  argument  against  Proposition  G,  charter  amendment 
concerning  the  coordination  of  retirement  benefits  for  safety 
employees  and  miscellaneous  employees.   Referred  to  Administration 
and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  60-92-9.2,  By  Supervisor  Achtenberg:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  I,  ordinance  concerning 
I.N.S.  (Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service)  cooperation. 
Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  60-92-9.3,  By  Supervisor  Achtenberg:   To  consider  rebuttal  to 
proponent's  argument  in  favor  of  Proposition  J,  ordinance  concerning 
solicitation.   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  97-92-49,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  requiring  all 
vendors  performing  service  contracts  with  the  City  to  provide  health 
insurance  benefit  to  its  employees  performing  work  at  sites  owned  or 
leased  by  City  departments  or  agencies.   Referred  to  Economic  and 
Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  217-92-10,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:   To  consider  progress  by 
various  City  departments  in  implementing  the  litter  abatement 
program.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  46-92-17.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
Roger  Varela  against  BPS  Guard  Services,  Inc.,  et  al.,  upon  receipt 
of  the  sum  of  $10,000  and  dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  46-92-18.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
Barbara  Jones,  et  al.,  against  Donald  R.  Cohen,  et  al.,  upon  receipt 
of  the  sum  of  $1,750  and  release  of  lien.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  48-92-19.   [Settlement  of  Claim]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Business  Tax  Refund  Claim  of  Hamilton  Savings  Bank 
against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of 
$100,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  82-92-6.   [Grant  of  Easement]  Authorizing  grant  of  twenty  year 
easement  of  City-owned  property  (Public  Utilities  Commission  and  its 
Hetch  Hetchy  Project)  to  the  City  of  Modesto,  in  Stanislaus  County 
for  use  as  a  bicycle  path.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  97-92-48.   [Rent  Increases]  Amending  Administrative  Code  by 
amending  Section  37.2  thereof,  to  exclude  from  the  definition  of 
rent  increases  a  landlord's  passthrough  to  tenants  of  increased 
costs  caused  by  increases  in  the  property  tax  rate  or  by  parcel 
taxes  imposed  as  a  result  of  voters  approved  ballot  measure  on  RAP 
or  after  June  5,  1990.   (Mayor)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

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Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  14-92-1.   [Garage  Liens]  Confirming  report  of  delinquent 
charges  for  refuse  collection  services  and  nuisance  removal  costs 
submitted  by  the  Director  of  Public  Health,  as  modified  to  the  date 
of  adoption  of  this  resolution,  and  creating  special  assessments  and 
liens  based  thereon.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Scheduled  for 
Public  Hearing  before  Board  on  August  31,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

File  27-92-7.   [Seismic  Safety  Retrofit  Program]  Authorizing  the 
Airports  Commission  to  enter  into  an  agreement  with  the  Department 
of  Transportation,  State  of  California  for  participation  in  the 
Seismic  Safety  Retrofit  Program.   (Airports  Commission)   Finance 

File  30-92-8.   [Patient  Day  Rates]  Fixing  patient  day  rates  for 
services  furnished  by  City  and  County  Health  Care  Institutions  and 
rescinding  Resolution  No.  367-92;  effective  July  1,  1992. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  40-92-7.   [Parking  of  Vehicles]  Extending  the  boundaries  of 
Residential  Permit  Parking  Area  "D"  in  the  Glen  Park  area;  and 
adding  to  the  list  of  streets  upon  which  time  limitations  shall 
apply.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic)   Economic  and  Social 
Policy 

File  89-92-14.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classifications  4212  Chief  of  Technical  Services,  6116 
Supervising  Wastewater  Control  Inspector  and  9393  Sale  Manager, 
Cargo  Services  Division  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program. 
(Office  of  the  Mayor's  Employee  Relations  Division)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  146-92-59.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Health,  Family  Health  Bureau,  Dental  Bureau,  to  apply  for,  accept 
and  expend  a  continuation  grant  of  $27,000  which  includes  indirect 
costs  in  the  amount  of  $3,095,  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries 
from  the  State  Department  of  Health  Services,  Dental  Section,  for 
dental  health  education  in  San  Francisco  elementary  schools; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department 
of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  192-92-5.   [Grant  -  AB  434  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Acting 
Executive  Director  of  the  Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic  to  apply 
for  a  grant  in  the  amount  of  $200,000  from  Bay  Area  Air  Quality 
Management  District  AB  434  Clean  Air  Plan  funds  for  a  Traffic  Signal 
Interconnection  Project  on  19th  Avenue,  foregoing  reimbursement  of 
indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  General  Manager, 
Public  Utilities  Commission,  transmitting  copy  of  correspondence 
concerning  the  proposed  discontinuance  of  the  Number  26-Valencia  bus 

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service  south  of  Glen  Park,  and  to  inquire  whether  the  Commission 
can  review  the  concerns  outlined  in  the  letter  and  reinstate  the 
Number  26-Valencia  bus  service  south  of  Glen  Park. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  ordinance  which 
would  require  all  venders  performing  service  contracts  with  the  City 
to  provide  health  insurance  benefit  to  its  employees  performing  work 
at  sites  owned  or  leased  by  City  departments  or  agencies. 

By  Supervisors  Kennedy,  Hallinan,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  that 
letter  be  sent  to  his  Honor,  the  Mayor,  requesting  the  removal  of 
Proposition  I  from  the  November  3,  1992  ballot. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letters  be  sent  to  Director  of  Public 
Works  and  Director  of  Health,  transmitting  copy  of  correspondence 
concerning  project  at  5851  Geary  Boulevard  and  requesting 
information  on  the  status  of  this  project  and  comments  regarding 
alleged  non-cooperation  between  City  departments. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Mary  McAlister  (Supervisor  Alioto) 

File  2-92-33 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
5:33  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on 


MAR  8  1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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Monday,    August   24,    1992 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


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BOARD  Ot  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  August  24,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


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The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:16  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Britt  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:24  p.m. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  was  noted  present  at  2:30  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  was  noted  present  at  2:23  p.m. 

SPECIAL  ORDER  2:00  P.M. 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  rebuttal  to  opponent's  ballot  argument  opposing 
Proposition  A,  a  bond  issue  providing  loans  for  the  seismic 
strengthening  of  unreinforced  masonry  buildings,  at  a  cost  of 
$350,000,000.   (Supervisor  Hsieh) 

File  60-92-4.4 


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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberq,  Alioto,  C.»nioy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shell»*y  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  rebuttal  to  opponent's  ballot  aigument  opposing 
Proposition  B,  a  bond  issue  providing  for  const ruct i  m  and 
reconstruction  of  correctional  facilities,  at  a  cr.'^t  of 
$158,100,000.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  60-92-4.5 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  rebuttal  to  opponent's  ballot  argument  opposing 
Proposition  C,  a  bond  issue  providing  for  construction  and 
reconstruction  of  Fire  Department  facilities,  at  a  cost  of 
$40,800,000.   (Supervisor  Conroy) 

File  60-92-4.6 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  (Jonz^lez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

COMMITTEE  REPORTS 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Adopted 

[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  rebuttal  to  opponent's  ballot  argument  against 

Proposition  D,  charter  amendment  concerning  financing  construction 


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or  improvement  of  capital  facilities  or  purchase  of  equipment. 
(Supervisor  Hsieh) 

File  229-92-3 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  rebuttal  to  opponent's  ballot  argument  against 
Proposition  F,  charter  amendment  concerning  increasing  retirement 
allowances  of  miscellaneous  officers  and  employees  retired  prior  to 
July  2,  1991.   (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  218-92-3 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  rebuttal  to  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of 
Proposition  I,  ordinance  concerning  I.N.S.  (Immigration  and 
Naturalization  Service)  cooperation.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  60-92-9.2 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Maher  -  2. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Ballot  Argument] 

Motion  authorizing  rebuttal  to  proponent's  argument  in  favor  of 

Proposition  J,  ordinance  concerning  solicitation.   (Supervisor 

Achtenberg) 

File  60-92-9.3 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  (lOn/.alez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes;   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Severed  from  Consent  Calendar 

Supervisor  Kennedy  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  Consent  Calendar  and  considered  separately. 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  require  that  the 
Emergency  Medical  Services  Fund  be  continued  using  penalty  revenues 
pursuant  to  Government  Code  Sections  76000  and  76104,  to  require 
that  the  moneys  in  such  fund  be  payable  only  for  the  purposes 
specified  in  Government  Code  Section  76104,  and  to  make  changes 
pursuant  to  recent  amendments  to  Health  and  Safety  Code  Sections 
1797.98a  through  1797. 98g.   (Municipal  Court) 

File  97-92-42,   Ordinance  No.  277-92 

(Amends  Section  10.117-73.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

The  Board  thereupon  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following 
items  on  the  Consent  Calendar. 


Consent  Calendar 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 


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[Lease  of  Property] 

Ordinance  authorizing  and  approving  retroactively,  lease  of 
City-owned  property  at  1800  Oakdale  Avenue  (Southeast  Community 
Facility,  northwest  corner  of  Phelps  Street  and  Oakdale  Avenue)  to 
Economic  Opportunity  Council  of  San  Francisco,  a  non-profit 
corporation.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  65-92-12,   Ordinance  No.  276-92 

Finally  passed. 


[Automated  Fingerprint  Identification  Fund] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  establish  the  Automated 
Fingerprint  Identification  Fund  pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section 
76102,  to  require  that  the  moneys  in  such  fund  be  payable  only  for 
the  purposes  set  forth  in  Government  Code  Section  76102,  and  to 
renumber  Charter  Section  6.311  to  6.306.   (Municipal  Court) 

File  97-92-43,   Ordinance  No.  278-92 

(Amends  Section  10.117-108.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Courthouse  Construction  Fund] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  rename  the  "Courthouse 
Temporary  Construction  Fund"  the  "Courthouse  Construction  Fund",  to 
require  that  surcharges  on  filing  fees  in  the  Municipal  and  Superior 
Courts  and  penalty  assessments  provided  in  Government  Code  Section 
76000  be  deposited  in  such  fund,  and  to  require  that  the  moneys 
deposited  in  such  fund  be  used  only  for  the  purposes  set  forth  in 
Government  Code  Sections  76000,  76100  and  76238.   (Municipal  Court) 

File  97-92-44,   Ordinance  No.  279-92 

(Amends  Section  10.117-35.) 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Kam  Chu  Wong 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $24,900.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-45,   Ordinance  No.  274-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  899-881.) 

Finally  passed. 

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The  foregoing  items  nn    the  Consent  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[City  Resources  to  Enforce  Immigration  Laws] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  which  prohibits  use  of  City 
and  County  resources  to  assist  in  enforcement  of  federal  immigration 
laws,  to  clarify  that  Chapter  12H  does  not  apply  to  individuals  who 
have  been  convicted  of  certain  crimes.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  97-92-46,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Section  12H.2-1.) 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title  as  above. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  and  Finance  Committees 

Finally  Passed 

[Dog  Licenses] 

Ordinance  amending  Municipal  Code,  Part  III  (Revenue  and  Business 

Regulations)  and  amending  the  Health  Code,  to  require  every  person 

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owning,  keeping  and  controlling  any  rJog  over  the  age  of  four  months 
to  vaccinate  said  dog  against  rabies  and  to  obtain  a  license  for 
said  dog  requiring  every  person  procuring  a  young  dog  from  any 
animal  shelter  to  obtain  certificate  for  said  young  dog  and  setting 
forth  exceptions  and  penalties.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  127-92-4,   Ordinance  No.  280-92 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

(Deletes  Municipal  Code,  Part  III  Sections  215  through  219  and 
222  to  223  inclusive;  adds  Health  Code  Sections  41.15  through 
41.25.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 
against  Robert  C.  Pritikin  for  $100,000,  $95,120  to  be  paid  to  the 
General  Fund  and  building  permit  penalities  of  $4,880  to  be  paid 
directly  to  the  Bureau  of  Building  Inspection.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-5,   Ordinance  No.  275-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  937-333.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Alioto  -1. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Salary  Standardization] 

Ordinance  fixing  schedules  of  compensation  effective  July  1,  1992, 
to  be  paid  under  the  provisions  of  Charter  Section  8.404  to 
employees  occupying  Classification  9163  Transit  Operator  and  related 
trainee  class;  and  incorporating  by  reference  an  amendment  to  the 
Memorandum  of  Understanding,  provisions  hereof  to  remain  in  effect 
until  the  adoption  of  any  ordinance  establishing  different 
provisions.    (Supervisor  Hallinan) 


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File  104-92-1,   Ordinance  No.  277-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Biitt  -  1. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Airport  -  Rates  and  Changes] 

Resolution  making  a  finding  that  the  schedule  of  rates  and  charges 
for  common  use  facilities  established  by  Airports  Commission 
effective  July  1,  1992  will  be  sufficient  to  pay  for  maintenance  and 
operation  expenses  of  the  Airport  and  will  not  require  any  tax 
subsidy.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-6,   Resolution  No.  743-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Airport  -  Rates  and  Changes] 

Resolution  approving  changes  to  the  schedule  of  rates  and  charges 
for  common  use  facilities  at  San  Francisco  International  Airport  as 
established  by  Airports  Commission;  companion  measure  to  File 
27-92-6.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-6.1,   Resolution  No.  744-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1.  ^ 


[Gift  Acceptance] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  City  and  County  to  accept  gift  or  advance 
funds  in  the  amount  of  up  to  $170,000  from  Catellus  Development 
Corporation  to  cover  certain  costs  and  expenses  related  to  the 
formation  of  one  or  more  community  facilities  districts  under  the 


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Mello-Roos  Community  Facilities  Act  of  1982  in  the  Mission  Bay 
Project  area;  placing  $100,000  on  reserve.   (Chief  Administrative 
Officer) 

File  38-92-22,   Resolution  No.  745-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  District  Attorney  to  apply  for, 
retroactively,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $230,850, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $11,543  based  on  5 
percent  of  the  total  grant,  made  available  through  the  State  Board 
of  Control,  Victims  of  Crime  Program,  an  agent  of  the  State  of 
California  for  a  project  entitled  "Joint  Powers  Agreement  with 
Victim  Witness  Assistance  Center"  for  fiscal  year  1992-93. 
(District  Attorney) 

File  138-92-6,   Resolution  No.  739-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  District  Attorney  to  apply  for, 
retroactively,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $279,506, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $13,975  based  on  5 
percent  of  the  total  grant,  made  available  through  the  Office  of 
Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Victim  Witness 
Assistance  Center"  for  the  twelve  month  period  July  1,  1992  through 
June  30,  1993.   (District  Attorney) 

File  138-92-7,   Resolution  No.  740-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Recommendations  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committee 

Adopted 
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[Islais  Creek  Transport  Storage  and  Project  Modifications] 
Resolution  adopting  Final  Negative  Declaration,  finding  and 
determining  that  the  proposed  construction  of  the  Islais  Creek 
Transport/Storage  Project  Modifications  will  have  no  significant 
impact  on  the  environment,  and  adopting  and  incorporating  findings 
of  Final  Negative  Declaration.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  53-92-3,   Resolution  No.  747-92 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Islais  Creek  Transport  Storage  and  Project  Modifications] 
Resolution  approving  construction  of  the  Department  of  Public  Works 
for  the  construction  of  the  Islais  Creek  Transport  and  Storage 
Project  Modifications  and  finding  that  the  project  is  in  conformity 
with  the  Master  Plan  and  is  consistent  with  the  priorities  of 
Planning  Code  Section  101. 1;  companion  measure  to  File  53-92-3. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  53-92-3.1,   Resolution  No.  746-92 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  to 
amend  title,  page  one,  line  4,  after  "modifications"  by  adding  "and 
finding  that  the  project  is  in  conformity  with  the  Master  Plan  and 
is  consistent  with  the  priorities  of  Planning  Code  Section  101.1." 
and  on  page  two,  line  23,  by  adding  "FURTHER  RESOLVED,  That  the 
Board  further  determines  that  this  project  is  in  conformity  with  the 
Master  Plan  and  is  consistent  with  the  priorities  set  forth  in 
Planning  Code  Section  101.1." 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 


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Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  I. 

Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Underground  Utility  District  309] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  96-89,  which  amended  Ordinances  No. 
51-79,  298-86  and  305-88  to  redefine  Underground  District  309,  Buena 
Vista  District,  by  requiring  that  all  aerial  utility  facilities  in 
this  district,  including  those  located  on  private  property  or  in 
rear  easements,  be  placed  underground,  and  by  requiring  property 
owners  to  provide  and  maintain  the  underground  supporting  structures 
on  their  property.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  52-92-3,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Animal  Sacrifice] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  to  prohibit  any  person,  group,  firm 
or  corporation  from  sacrificing  any  animal  or  selling  any  animal  for 
sacrifice.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  118-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Article  lA. ) 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Alioto,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title  as  above. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  to  table. 

Motion  to  table  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisor  Hsieh  -  1. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

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Supervisor  Conroy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  amend 
by  deleting  subsection  d. 

Motion  to  amend  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy  -  4. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  5. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Hsieh  -  1. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Hemp  Medication] 

((Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Po lice  Commission  and  the 
District  Attorney  to  make  lowest  priority  the  arrest  or  prosecution 
of  those  involved  in  the  personal  possession  or  cultivation  of  three 
or  less  plants  of  hemp  for  medicinal  purposes,  and  instructing  the 
City's  representative  in  Sacramento  to  lobby  the  State  Legislature 
and  the  California  Medical  Association  for  a  State  Medical  Hemp  Bill 
for  the  1992-93  legislative  session.))   (Supervisors  Hallinan, 
Alioto) 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Police  Commission  and  the 
District  Attorney  to  make  lowest  priority  the  arrest  or  prosecution 
of  those  involved  in  the  possession  or  cultivation  for  personal  use 
of  marijuana  for  medicinal  purposes,  and  for  the  District  Attorney 
to  allow  a  letter  from  a  treating  physician  to  be  used  as  prima 
facia  evidence  that  marijuana  can  alleviate  the  pain  and  suffering 
of  that  patient's  medical  condition,  and  instructing  the  City's 
Representative  in  Sacramento  to  lobby  the  State  Legislature  and  the 
California  Medical  Association  for  a  State  Medical  Marijuana  Bill 
for  the  1992-1993  Legislative  Session. 

File  285-92-1,   Resolution  No.  741-92 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Alioto,  moved  to  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  entitled  "Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge 
the  Police  Commission  and  the  District  Attorney  to  make  lowest 


c  rom  a  treating  phybx«^i.aii  y.\j   uc  uoc;v_(  ao  pLxma  i.a\^xa  t^^v  ^u^^nv^w  \.iiu 
marijuana  can  alleviate  the  pain  and  suffering  of  that  patient's 


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medical  condition,  and  inst.  i  iirt  i  ng  the  City's  Representative  in 
Sacramento  to  lobby  the  S^ate  Legislature  and  the  California  Medical 
Association  for  a  State  Medical  Marijuana  Bill  for  the  1992-1993 
Legislative  Session." 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher 


2. 


Adopted 

[Brownie  Mary  Day] 

Resolution  declaring  August  25,  1992  "Brownie  Mary  Day"  in  San 
Francisco  honoring  Mary  Rathbun  for  her  long  and  compassionate 
services  at  San  Francisco  General  Hospital  Ward  86.   (Supervisors 
Ha  1 1 inan ,  AI ioto) 

File  4-92-14,   Resolution  No.  742-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Maher  -  3. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 


The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons 

Lo  r  i  ; 

Ray  Radovich; 

Dehnert  Queen; 

Claire; 

Charles  Appleton. 


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FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required 

Adopted 

(PIC  Homeless  Representative] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Private  Industry  Council  to 
add  a  member  to  the  Private  Industry  Council  that  represents  the 
employment  training  needs  of  the  homeless,  and  to  consider 
recommendations  for  appointment  from  the  Coalition  on  Homelessness . 
(Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  156-92-2,   Resolution  No.  749-92 

(August  17,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
24,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

[Proposition  J-Youth  Vote  Project] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  endorse  the  Youth  Vote  Project  and 
incorporate  it  into  the  annual  public  planning  process  for 
Proposition  J  funds  (Children's  Fund).   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  185-92-3,   Resolution  No.  743-92 

(August  17,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
24,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  5. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 


These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 

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the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-34,   Resolution  No.  735-92 

(Carole  Migden,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  August  30  - 
September  17;  Mary  E.  Burns,  General  Manager,  Recreation  and  Park 
Department,  August  10  -  14;  Debra  Chasnoff,  member.  Film  and  Video 
Arts  Commission,  August  26  -  September  9;  David  Detrick,  member. 
Police  Commission,  August  12  -  16  and  September  2  -  15;  Francisca 
P.  Naify,  member.  War  Memorial  Board  of  Trustees  September  4  - 
October  10;  Harry  S.  Parker,  III,  Director  Fine  Arts  Museums, 
August  13  -  21;  L.  A.  Turpen,  Director  of  Airports  September  4  - 
16,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar . ) 

Adopted 

[The  Chronicle's  Little  Man] 

Resolution  congratulating  the  San  Francisco  Chronicle's  Little  Man 

on  the  occasion  of  his  50th  Anniversary. 

File  4-92-18,   Resolution  No.   736-92 

Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Women's  Equality  Day] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  declare  August  26,  1992  Women's 

Equality  Day  in  San  Francisco. 

File  4-92-19,   Resolution  No.  734-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


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[Baseball  Fay  Vincent] 

Resolution  supporting  the  Commissioner  in  any  challenge  to  his 

position. 

File  4-92-20,   Resolution  No.  737-92 

Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

(Contracting  Out  City  Services) 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
assistance  to  certain  victims  of  crime  and  education  in  community 
anti-street  violence  can  be  practically  performed  for  the  District 
Attorney's  Victim  Witness  Assistance  Program  by  a  private  contract 
for  a  lower  cost  than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  County 
employees . 

File  25-92-28,   Resolution  No.  699-92 

Supervisor  Migden  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing) 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Broadway 
Street  between  Webster  and  Laguna  Streets  on  Thursday,  September  10, 
1992  from  5:00  p.m.  until  9:00  p.m.,  for  a  reception  for  the  Consul 
General  of  Italy  Marcello  Griccioli. 

File  42-92-37,   Resolution  No.  738-92 

Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  folowing  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  5. 

OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION       ^ 

ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 


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[Cigarette  Vending  Machine  Exemption] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  II,  Chapter  V  (Health  Code)  of  the  San 

Francisco  Municipal  Code  by  amending  Section  1009  and  adding  Section 

1009.1.5  to  exclude  restaurants  that  hold  an  on-sale  general  liquor 

license.   (Supervisor  Maher  presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services 

Committee. 

File  118-92-7 

Referred  to  Board 

[State  Transportation  Bond  Measure] 

Resolution  endorsing  the  Passenger  Rail  and  Clean  Air  Bond  Act  of 
1992.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  31, 
1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  12-92-37 

[Minimum  Wage] 

Resolution  urging  the  Industrial  Welfare  Commission  to  establish  a 
Wage  Board  to  recommend  an  adequate  minimum  wage.   (Supervisor 
Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  31,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  12-92-38 

[AIDS  Funding] 

Resolution  urging  increased  funding  for  AIDS  prevention,  research, 
care  and  housing.   (Supervisors   Alioto,  Gonzalez)   Referred  to 
Board  August  31,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 
Calendar . 

r  File  13-92-15 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Campton 
Alley,  between  Stockton  Street  and  Grant  Avenue  on  Thursday,  October 
8,  1992  from  6:00  a.m.  until  Friday,  October  9,  1992  at  6:00  a.m. 
for  Bulgari  Jewelry  function  sponsored  by  Campton  Place  Kempinski. 
(Supervisor  Hsieh  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  31,  1992  For 
Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-36 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portions  of  Battery, 
Green,  Greenwich  and  Sansome  Streets  on  Monday,  September  7,  1992, 
from  8:00  a.m.  to  3:35  p.m  for  "Giro  Di  San  Francisco"  bicycle  race 
sponsored  by  Velo  Promo  and  Twin  Peaks  Cycling  Club.   (Supervisor 
Britt  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  August  31,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-38 

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Request  for  Hearing: 

File  291-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Migden:   To  consider  all  special  funds 
currently  administered  by  the  Controller.   Referred  to  Finance 
Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  September  2,    1992 
meeting. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinance  Referred  to  Committee 

File  172-92-10.   [Contract]  Authorizing  the  Chief  Probation  Officer 
of  the  Juvenile  Probation  Department  to  renew  a  contract  with 
California  Youth  Authority  for  diagnostic  and  treatment  services  and 
temporary  detention  not  to  exceed  ninety  days;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Juvenile  Probation 
Department)   Finance 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  7-92-5.   [Public  Transportation]  Approving  partial 
discontinuance  of  express  portion  of  Municipal  Railway  Line 
82X-CalTrain  Levi  Plaza  Express;  companion  measure  to  File 
7-92-5.1.   (Public  Utilities  Commission)   Scheduled  for  Public 
Hearing  before  Board  on  September  8,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

File  7-92-5.1.   [Public  Transportation]  Disapproving  partial 
discontinuance  of  express  portion  of  Municipal  Railway  Line 
82X-CalTrain  Levi  Plaza  Express;  companion  measure  to  File  7-92-5. 
(Public  Utilities  Commission)   Scheduled  for  Public  Hearing  before 
Board  on  September  8,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

File  10-92-3.   [Permit]  Granting  revocable  permission  to  San 
Francisco  Redevelopment  Agency  (Yerba  Buena  Center)  to  construct  two 
pedestrian  bridge  columns  on  the  south  side  of  Howard  Street 
approximately  216  feet  east  of  Fourth  Street  fronting  747  Howard 
Street  (Block  3734,  Lot  91);  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City 
Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   City 
Services 

File  10-92-4.   [Permit]  Granting  revocable  permission  to  San 
Francisco  Redevelopment  Agency  to  construct  a  median  island  and 
irrigation  pipe  crossing  on  Mission  Street  between  Third  and  Fourth 
Streets;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code 
Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   City  Services 

File  25-92-26.   [Contracting  Out  City  Services]  Concurring  with  the 
Controller's  certification  that  assistance  to  certain  victims  of 
crime  and  education  in  community  anti-street  violence  can  be 
practically  performed  for  the  District  Attorney's  Victim  Witness 
Assistance  Program  by  a  private  contractor  for  a  lower  cost  than 
similar  services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees.   (District 
Attorney)   Finance 


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File  25-92-27.   [Contracting  Out  City  Services]  Concurring  with  the 
Controller's  certification  that  intake  and  shelter  services  to 
status  offenders  can  be  practically  performed  for  lower  cost  than 
similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees. 
(Juvenile  Probation  Department)   Finance 

File  38-92-23.   [Gift  -  Private]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  Laguna  Honda  Hospital  and  Rehabilitation  Center,  to 
accept  and  expend  a  gift  valued  at  $15,908  from  Ramco  Equipment  for 
use  by  plant  services  employees  to  maintain  and  improve  the  quality 
of  life  for  hospital's  residents;  providing  for  ratification  of 
action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  40-92-8.   [Parking  of  Vehicles]  Extending  the  boundaries  of 
Residential  Permit  Parking  Area  "O"  in  the  West  Portal/St.  Francis 
Wood  area;  and  adding  to  the  list  of  streets  upon  which  time 
limitations  shall  apply.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 
Economic  and  Social  Policy 

File  41-92-3  [Reinspection  Fee  Liens]  Confirming  report  of 
delinquent  reinspection  fee  costs  submitted  by  the  Director  of 
Public  Health,  as  modified  to  the  date  of  adoption  of  this 
resolution,  and  creating  special  assessments  and  liens  based 
thereon.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Scheduled  for  Public 
Hearing  before  Board  on  August  31,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

File  48-92-20.   [Settlement  of  Claim]  Approving  the  settlement  of 
the  unlitigated  claim  of  State  Farm  Insurance  Co.,  by  payment  of 
$6,379.46.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  82-92-7.   [Acceptance  of  Deed  -  Sewer  Easement]  Accepting  a 
deed  from  Nihonmachi  Parking  Corporation  to  a  sewer  easement  in 
Assessor's  Block  686;  and  adopting  the  finding  pursuant  to  City 
Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  89-92-15.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  8162  Rent  Board  Hearing  Officers,  in  the  State 
Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Office  of  the  Mayor's  Employee 
Relations  Division)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  89-92-16.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  A894  Wastewater  Control  Inspector,  in  the  State 
Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Office  of  the  Mayor's  Employee 
Relations  Division)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  93-92-32.   [Amendment  to  MOU]  Ratifying  and  approving  amendment 
of  1991-95  Memorandum  of  Understanding  with  Transport  Workers  Union 
of  America,  AFL-CIO  and  Transport  Workers  Union,  Local  250-A  (for 
9163  Transit  Operators.   (Office  of  Mayor  Employee  Relations 
Division)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  94-92-6.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Public 
Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  $14,788,500 
from  1993-94  State  Transit  Capital  Improvement  funds  and  $14,788,500 
from  local  match  funds  to  provide  financing  for  the  Nine  Municipal 
Railway  Guideway  Projects.   (Public  Utilities  Commission)   Finance 


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File  94-92-7.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Public 
Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  $7,574,454  in 
Federal  Section  9  Operating  Assistance,  $25,000,000  of  Federal 
Section  3  Fixed  Guideway  Capital  Assistance,  $4,974,542  of  Federal 
Section  9  Capital  Assistance,  $12,400,000  of  Federal  Surface 
Transportation  Program/Congestion  Management  Air  Quality  Capital 
Assistance,  and  $10,530,276  from  various  local  match  sources  such  as 
from  State  Transit  Capital  Improvement  funds.  State  Urban  Rail  Bond 
funds.  State  Clean  Air  and  Transportation  Improvement  Act  Bond 
funds.  Regional  Local  Match  funds  such  as  State  Transit  Assistance 
funds.  Transportation  Development  Act  funds.  Bridge  Toll  Net 
Revenues,  Regional  Measure  One  funds.  Gas  Tax  Revenues,  Transit 
Impact  Development  fees,  San  Francisco  Municipal  Railway  Improvement 
Corporation  funds,  the  San  Francisco  County  Sales  Taxes,  Port  of  San 
Francisco  funds,  and/or  Catellus  Corporation  funds  for  seven 
Municipal  Railway  projects.   (Public  Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

File  141-92-2.1.   [Grant  Private  Funds]  Authorizing  the  San 
Francisco  Juvenile  Probation  Department  to  accept  and  expend  grant 
monies  from  the  San  Francisco  Foundation  ($30,000)  and  Kaiser  Family 
Foundation  ($25,000)  for  the  development  of  a  multi-disciplinary 
assessment  instrument,  classification  system  and  workload  study; 
waiving  indirect  cost;  companion  measure  to  File  141-92-2. 
(Juvenile  Probation  Department)   Finance 

File  146-92-60.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  Bureau  of  Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  to  apply 
for  a  grant  of  $831,847,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount 
of  $68,424  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries,  from  State 
Department  of  Health  Services  for  the  continuation  of  the  Hepatitis 
B  Demonstration  Project.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-61.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a  grant  allocation  of 
up  to  $12,414,697,  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  funding  from  State 
Department  of  Health  Services  for  California  Healthcare  for 
Indigents  Program  (CHIP)  funds,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $150,804  based  on  39.93  percent  of  salaries  or  1.658646 
percent  of  County  Hospital  and  other  Health  Services  CHIP 
allocations.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-62.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a 
supplemental  grant  of  $59,647,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of 
$6,461  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  to  supplement  the  AIDS  Surveillance  Project;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-63.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Service,  Department  of 
Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  STD  Control  Division,  to  accept 
and  expend  an  augmentation  grant  of  $321,540,  which  includes 
indirect  costs  of  $34,072,  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel 
salaries,  from  the  Centers  for  Disease  Control  for  the  provision  of 
STD  services.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance. 


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File  146-92-64.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a  continuing 
allocation  of  $3,000,000,  from  the  California  Department  of  Health 
Services,  to  continue  funding  the  AIDS  Drug  Program;  waiving 
indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-65.   [Grant  -  Private  and  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the 
Department  of  Public  Health,  as  subgrantee,  in  collaboration  with 
the  State  Department  of  Mental  Health,  Children,  Youth  and  Families 
Branch,  as  primary  grantee,  to  accept  and  expend  a  two  year 
extension  grant  from  the  Robert  Wood  Johnson  Foundation  of  $475,569 
with  $1,060,000  of  matching  funds  from  the  primary  grantee  for  a 
total  of  $1,535,569,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of 
$133,776  based  on  nine  percent  of  salaries  and  other  allowable 
costs,  from  the  Robert  Wood  Johnson  Foundation  and  indirect  costs  of 
ten  percent  from  the  State  Department  of  Mental  Health  for  the 
provision  of  a  system  of  care  for  children  and  youth  who  are 
seriously  emotionally  disturbed  and  their  families;  companion 
measure  to  File  146-92-17.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  a  letter  be  sent  to  the  Director, 
Public  Works  inquiring  whether  street  cleaning  can  be  provided  on  a 
regular  basis  at  the  end  of  an  alleyway,  which  fronts  on  Powell 
Street  between  Pine  and  Bush  Streets,  and  whether  a  trash  receptacle 
can  be  placed  at  end  of  said  alleyway. 

By  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  that  a  letter  be  sent  to  the  Treasurer  to 
prepare  a  comprehensive  report  to  San  Francisco's  current  banking 
activities  with  Bank  of  America,  and  the  method  by  which  the  City 
would  transfer  its  accounts  to  another  banking  institution  and  that 
this  report  be  submitted  to  the  Board  of  Supervisors  by  Tuesday, 
September  8,  1992  and  reviewed  by  the  Board's  Budget  Analyst  at  that 
time . 


Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Laura  Bechtel  (Supervisor  Maher) 
Albert  Tuvo  (Supervisor  Alioto) 

File  2-92-34 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


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ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:16  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on 


MAR  1  5  1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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Board  of  Supervisors 


JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  August  31,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 


CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:08  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  5. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:09  p.m. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  was  noted  present  at  2:12  p.m. 

Supervisor  Kennedy  was  noted  present  at  2:17  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  excused.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Miqden  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Migden  requested  she  be 
excused  from  attending  today's  meeting. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Britt,  moved  to  excuse 
Supervisor  Migden  from  attendance. 

Motion  to  excuse  Supervisor  Migden  from  attendance  adopted  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 


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Absent:  Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 
CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Home  Program] 

Resolution  approving  procedures  for  allocating  Home  Program  Funds, 
and  authorizing  the  Mayor  to  encumber  and  authorize  release  of  a 
grant  of  Home  Program  Funds  from  the  U.S.  Department  of  Housing  and 
Urban  Development  for  a  total  amount  not  to  exceed  Eight  Million, 
Two  Hundred  Six  Thousand  Dollars  ($8,206,000).   Direct  and  indirect 
costs  associated  with  the  acceptance  of  these  grant  funds  will  be 
paid  by  Community  Development  Block  Grant  Funds.   (Mayor's  Office  of 
Economic  Planning  and  Development) 

File  68-92-4.1,   Resolution  No.  769-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of 
Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  to  apply  for  a  grant  of  $831,847, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $68,424  based  on 
twenty  percent  of  salaries,  from  State  Department  of  Health  Services 
for  the  continuation  of  the  Hepatitis  B  Demonstration  Project. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-60,   Resolution  No.  772-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 
UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 


REGULAR  CALENDAR 
Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

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Fi  nal ly  Passed 

[City  Resources  to  Enforce  Immigration  Laws] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  which  prohibits  use  of  City 
and  County  resources  to  assist  in  enforcement  of  federal  immigration 
laws,  to  clarify  that  Chapter  12H  does  not  apply  to  individuals  who 
have  been  convicted  of  certain  crimes.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  97-92-46,   Ordinance  No.  282-92 

(Adds  Section  12H.2-1.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
^Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 
Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

(Underground  Utility  District  309] 
[Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  96-89,  which  amended  Ordinances  No. 

51-79,  298-86  and  305-88  to  redefine  Underground  District  309,  Buena 
|vista  District,  by  requiring  that  all  aerial  utility  facilities  in 

this  district,  including  those  located  on  private  property  or  in 

rear  easements,  be  placed  underground,  and  by  requiring  property 
>wners  to  provide  and  maintain  the  underground  supporting  structures 
Ion  their  property.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

[pile  52-92-3,   Ordinance  No.  281-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
[Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 


[Animal  Sacrifice] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  to  prohibit  any  person,  group,  firm 
or  corporation  from  sacrificing  any  animal  or  selling  any  animal  for 
sacrifice.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  118-92-6,   Ordinance  No.  283-92 

(Adds  Article  lA.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 


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Absent:  Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 


Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Grant  of  Easement] 

Ordinance  authorizing  grant  of  twenty  year  easement  of  City-owned 
property  (Public  Utilities  Commission  and  its  Hetch  Hetchy  Project) 
to  the  City  of  Modesto,  in  Stanislaus  County  for  use  as  a  bicycle 
path.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  82-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Seismic  Safety  Retrofit  Program] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Airports  Commission  to  enter  into  an 
agreement  with  the  Department  of  Transportation,  State  of  California 
for  participation  in  the  Seismic  Safety  Retrofit  Program;  and 
ratifying  actions  previously  taken.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-7,   Resolution  No.  763-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  3. 


[Patient  Day  Rates] 

Resolution  fixing  retroactively,  patient  day  rates  for  services 
furnished  by  City  and  County  Health  Care  Institutions  and  rescinding 
Resolution  No.  367-92;  effective  July  1,  1992.   (Department  of 
Public  Health) 

File  30-92-8,   Resolution  No.  764-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

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Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  3. 


[Solid  Waste  Management] 
I  Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  accept 
^-    and  expend  $2,896,061  in  funds  from  the  Sanitary  Fill  Company  to  be 
used  for  the  Solid  Waste  Management  Program  Projects;  placing 
$519,000  on  reserve.   (Chief  Administrative  Officer) 

File  133-92-2,   Resolution  No.  770-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,, 
Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Health,  Family  Health 
Bureau,  Dental  Bureau,  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a 
continuation  grant  of  $27,000  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $3,095,  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries  from  the  Stat< 
Department  of  Health  Services,  Dental  Section,  for  dental  health 
education  in  San  Francisco  elementary  schools;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health) 

File  146-92-59,   Resolution  No.  771-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  3. 


[Redevelopment  Agency  Budget  and  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  an  amendment  to  the  Budget  of  the  Redevelopment 
Agency  for  fiscal  year  1992-93;  the  issuance  of  not  to  exceed 
$550,000  of  tax  allocation  bonds;  an  appropriation  of  $55,000  for 
fiscal  year  1992-93;  and  an  amendment  to  the  indebtedness  limitation 
agreement;  placing  $100,000  on  reserve.   (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  161-92-5,   Resolution  No.  773-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Migden  -  2. 

Recommendations  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committees 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Underground  District! 

Ordinance  creating  Underground  District  No.  317  in  Sutro  Heights 

District.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  52-92-5,   Ordinance  No. 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 

Adopted 

[Lighting  Assessment  District  -  Sutro  Heights] 
Resolution  determining  to  undertake  proceedings  to  form  an 
assessment  district  pursuant  to  Article  4  of  Chapter  1  of  the 
Landscaping  and  Lighting  Act  of  1972,  as  adopted  by  Article  6.1, 
Subarticle  VIII,  Chapter  X,  Part  II  of  the  San  Francisco  Municipal 
Code  (Public  Works  Code),  for  the  purposes  of  installing  street 
lighting  in  the  Sutro  Heights  District;  reguesting  engineer's  report 
regarding  financial  assistance  for  senior  citizen  homeowners  in  the 
proposed  district;  companion  measure  to  File  52-92-5.   (Supervisor 
Maher) 

File  52-92-5.1,   Resolution  No.  758-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 
Recommendation  of  Finance  and  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Public  Pay  Telephones] 

Ordinance  amending  Public  Works  Code,  regulating  the  installation 
and  maintenance  of  public  pay  telephones  on  public  sidewalks, 
requiring  permits  and  the  deposit  of  fees  therefor  and  providing  for 
enforcement  of  permitting  requirements;  14-month  review. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

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File  123-92-3,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  706,  950,  952,  953,  954,  957,  958,  959,  960; 
adds  Sections  950.1  and  950.2  and  deletes  Section  962.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden  -  4. 
Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[MBE/WBE/LBE  -  Subcontracts] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  relating  to  a  race  and 
gender  conscious  subcontracting  affirmative  action  program  for 
architectural/engineering  and  related  services.  (Supervisors 
Kennedy,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley,  Alioto) 

File  284-92-4,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  12D.5,  12D.B  and  12D.11.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Migden  -  3. 

Recommendation  of  Joint  Economic  and  Social  Policy 
and  City  Services  Committees 

Consideration  Continued 

[Pilot  Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program] 
Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  establish  a  pilot  Disadvantaged  and 
High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program  that  would  coordinate  year-round 
disadvantaged  and  high  risk  youth  employment  services  in  the  City  of 
San  Francisco  for  youth  between  the  ages  16-25,  and  requesting  that 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  receive  on  July  1,  1993,  a  report 
describing  and  evaluating  the  success  of  the  City  in  establishing, 
funding  and  maintaining  a  Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth 
Employment  Program  during  fiscal  year  1992-93.   (Supervisors 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley,  Conroy) 

File  250-92-1,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Britt,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  September  8,  1992. 


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Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenbetg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Migden  -  2. 
SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  on  objections  to  report  of  Director  of  Public  Health  that 

delinquent  garbage  collection  service  fees  be  made  a  special 

assessment  against  certain  parcels  of  real  property  at  which  service 

was  rendered,  and  for  which  the  fees  were  paid  by  the  City  and 

County. 

File  14-92-1 

The  following  persons  were  granted  privilege  of  the  floor: 

Public  Health,  Department  Representative; 
Thelma  Humphey,  Bayview  Resident. 

From  Department  of  Public  Health 

Adopted 

[Garbage  Liens] 

Resolution  confirming  report  of  delinquent  charges  for  refuse 

collection  services  and  nuisance  removal  costs  submitted  by  the 

Director  of  Public  Health,  as  modified  to  the  date  of  adoption  of 

this  resolution,  creating  special  assessments  and  liens  based 

thereon. 

File  14-92-1,   Resolution  No.  762-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  5. 
SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  on  objections  to  the  report  of  the  Tax  Collector  for 
delinquent  charges  for  Rent  Stabilization  and  Arbitration  fees,  and 
creating  special  assessments  and  liens  based  thereon. 

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File  41-92-2 

The  following  person  was  granted  privilege  of  the  floor: 
Anita  Jin,  representing  Tax  Collector. 

From  Tax  Collector 

Adopted 

[Rent  Stabilization  and  Arbitration  Liens] 

Resolution  confirming  report  of  delinguent  charges  for  Rent 
Arbitration  and  Stabilization  fees  submitted  by  the  Tax  Collector,  , 
as  modified  to  the  date  of  adoption  of  this  resolution,  and  creating 
special  assessments  and  liens  based  thereon. 

File  41-92-2,   Resolution  No.  765-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 
SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  on  objections  to  report  of  delinquent  reinspection  fee  costs 
submitted  by  the  Director  of  Public  Health  and  creating  special 
assessments  and  liens  based  thereon. 

File  41-92-3 

The  following  person  was  granted  privilege  of  the  floor: 

Department  of  Public  Health  Representative. 

There  being  no  one  else  present  desiring  to  speak,  the  President 
then  declared  the  public  hearing  closed. 

From  Department  of  Public  Health 

Adopted 

[Reinspection  Fee   Liens] 

Resolution  confirming    report   of   delinquent    reinspection   fee  costs 


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submitted  by  the  Director  of  Public  Health,  as  modified  to  the  date 
of  adoption  of  this  resolution,  and  creating  special  assessments  and 
liens  based  thereon. 

File  41-92-3,   Resolution  No.  766-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 
COMMITTEE  REPORTS 
Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Adopted 

[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Business  Tax 
Refund  Claim  of  Hamilton  Savings  Bank  against  the  City  and  County  by 
payment  of  $100,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-19,   Resolution  No.  757-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Migden  -  2. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Gregory  Worth; 
Doug  Baxter; 
Hayes  resident. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. ^^ 


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Adopted 

[State  Transportation  Bond  Measure! 

Resolution  endorsing  the  Passenger  Rail  and  Clean  Air  Bond  Act  of 

1992.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  12-92-37,   Resolution  No.  759-92 

(August  24,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
31,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Minimum  Wage] 

Resolution  urging  the  Industrial  Welfare  Commission  to  establish  a 
Wage  Board  to  recommend  an  adequate  minimum  wage.   (Supervisors 
Shelley,  Gonzalez,  Migden) 

File  12-92-38,   Resolution  No.  760-92 

(August  24,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
31,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[AIDS  Funding] 
f.   Resolution  urging  increased  funding  for  AIDS  prevention,  research, 
care  and  housing.   (Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Shelley) 

File  13-92-15,   Resolution  No.  761-92 

(August  24,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
31,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Campton 
Alley,  for  Bulgari  Jewelry  function  sponsored  by  Campton  Place 
Kempinski.   (Supervisor  Hsieh) 

File  42-92-36,   Resolution  No.  767-92 

(Campton  Alley,  between  Stockton  Street  and  Grant  Avenue,  on 
Thursday,  October  8,  1992,  from  6:00  a.m.  until  Friday,  October 
9,  1992,  at  6:00  a.m.) 

(August  24,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
31,  1992. ) 

Adopted. 


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[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portions  of  Battery, 
Green,  Greenwich  and  Sansome  Streets,  for  "Giro  Di  San  Francisco" 
bicycle  race  sponsored  by  Velo  Promo  and  Twin  Peaks  Cycling  Club; 
and  providing  for  insurance.   (Supervisor  Britt) 

File  42-92-38,   Resolution  No.  768-92 

(Battery  Street,  between  Green  and  Greenwich  Streets,  including 
the  intersection  of  Battery  and  Greenwich  Streets; 

Green  Street,  between  Battery  and  Sansome  Streets,  including 
the  intersection  of  Green  and  Sansome  Streets; 

Greenwich  Street,  between  Battery  and  Sansome  Streets,  including 
the  intersection  of  Greenwich  and  Sansome  Streets,  on  Monday, 
September  7,  1992,  from  8:00  a.m.  to  3:35  p.m.) 

(August  24,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  August 
31,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Migden  -  5. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-35,   Resolution  No.  750-92 

(Jim  Gonzalez,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  August  30  -  September 
1;  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board,  September  11  -  18;  Steven 
Coulter,  member.  Library  Commission,  August  21  -  September  6; 
James  K.  Ho,  member.  Airports  Commission,  September  1  -  9;  Caryl 


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Ito,  member.  Commission  on  the  Status  ot   Women,  September  1  -  8; 
Patrick  A.  Murphy,  President,  Airports  Commission,  August  25  -  27 
Joanne  Chow  Winship,  Director,  Art  Commission,  September  5  -  13, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar . ) 

Adopted 

^   [San  Francisco  Giants] 

'  Resolution  declaring  Tuesday,  September  8,  1992  "Orange  and  Black 
Day"  in  San  Francisco. 

File  4-92-21,   Resolution  No.  751-92 

Supervisors  Conroy,  Alioto,  Shelley  presented  for  immediate 
i     adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Theatre  Rhinoceros  Day] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  proclaim  September  10,  1992  as 

Theatre  Rhinoceros  Day  in  San  Francisco. 

File  4-92-22,   Resolution  No.  752-92 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Migden,  Britt  presented  for  immediate 
adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Lesbian  and  Gay  Bands  of  America] 

Resolution  commending  and  honoring  lesbian  and  gay  bands  of  America 
for  their  dedication,  commitment  to  excellence,  and  hard  work  in 
serving  the  people  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  and  of 
the  United  States  of  America. 

File  6-92-17,   Resolution  No.  753-92 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Kennedy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Elizabeth 
Street,  between  Castro  and  Diamond  Streets,  on  Saturday,  September 
26,  1992  from  8:30  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.  for  festival  sponsored  by 
St.  Philips  Church. 

File  42-92-39,   Resolution  No.  754-92 

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Supervisor  Conroy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 
Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Virgil 
Street,  between  Twenty-fifth  and  Twenty-sixth  Streets  on  Wednesday, 
September  2,  1992,  through  Saturday,  September  5,  1992,  from  7:00 
a.m.  until  10:00  p.m.  for  filming  of  the  motion  picture  "Joyride"  by 
Warner  Brothers. 

File  42-92-40,   Resolution  No.  755-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Shell  Oil  Clean-Up  at  2198  Fell  Street] 

Resolution  directing  that  a  third  party  consultant  be  selected  by  a 
committee  and  hired  by  Shell  Oil  to  further  test  the  soil  vapor  and 
water  at  2198  Fell  for  products  other  than  gasoline  and  fingerprint 
the  products  that  will  be  emitted  into  the  air;  that  the  Clerk  of 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  ask  for  a  report  on  alternative 
technologies  and  their  efficiencies  from  the  Bay  Area  Air  Quality 
Management  District  (BAAQMD);  urging  the  BAAQMD  and  the  Regional 
Water  Quality  Control  Board  to  use  the  new  information  to  assess  the 
risks;  that  Shell  Oil  will  halt  all  efforts  until  all  of  this 
information  is  reported  back  to  the  committee. 

File  257-92-1,   Resolution  No.  756-92 

Supervisors  Hallinan,  Gonzalez,  Alioto,  Achtenberg,  Shelley 
presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  5. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Board 


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[Bay  Area  Rapid  Transitl 

Resolution  commending  BART  for  twenty  years  of  service.  (Supervisor 
Shelley  presented.)  Referred  to  Board  September  8,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  6-92-16 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Lead  Based  Paint  Abatement  Grant  Program] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Mayor  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  to  apply  for,  accept,  and  expend  a  grant  from  the  U.S. 
Department  of  Housing  and  Urban  Development  for  a  total  amount  not 
to  exceed  six  million  dollars  ($6,000,000)  for  a  program  authorized 
under  the  Department  of  Veterans  Affairs  and  Housing  and  Urban 
Development,  and  Independent  Agencies  Appropriations  Act,  1992, 
Public  Law  Number  102-139.   $600,000  of  indirect  costs  associated 
with  the  acceptance  of  these  grant  funds  is  included  in  the 
application  budget.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to 
Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  September  9, 
1992  meeting. 

File  68-92-10 


Referred  to  Board 

[Lead  in  Drinking  Water] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Water  Department  to  include 
notices  in  appropriate  languages  regarding  the  hazards  of  lead  in 
drinking  water  when  mailing  such  notices  as  required  by 
Environmental  Protection  Agency  guidelines.   (Supervisor  Shelley 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  September  8,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  290-92-7 

Request  for  Hearings 

File  170-92-10,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  affirmative 
action  goals  for  City  bond-financed  projects  in  the  areas  of 
employment  and  procurement,  especially  in  construction  contracts. 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  207-92-9,  By  Supervisor  Britt:   To  consider  jaywalking 
citations  issued  by  the  San  Francisco  Police  Department.   Referred 
to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  217-92-11,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:   To  consider  the  progress  of 
the  City's  implementation  of  the  litter  program  adopted  by  the  Board 
of  Supervisors,  and  to  consider  proposals  to  reduce  graffiti  in  San 
Francisco.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  256-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:   To  consider  the  San  Francisco 
Estuary  Project.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee  with  request 
it  be  considered  at  the  September  15,  1992  meeting. 

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Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  74-92-1.   [Tax  Rate  Setting]  Providing  revenue  and  levying 
taxes  for  City  and  County  purposes  for  the  Fiscal  Year  ending  June 
30,  1993.   (Controller)   Finance 

File  74-92-2.   [Tax  Rate  Setting]  Providing  revenue  and  levying 
taxes  for  San  Francisco  Unified  School  District  purposes  for  the 
Fiscal  Year  ending  June  30,  1993.   (Controller)   Finance 

File  74-92-3.   [Tax  Rate  Setting]  Providing  revenue  and  levying 
taxes  for  San  Francisco  Community  College  District  purposes  for  the 
Fiscal  Year  ending  June  30,  1993.   (Controller)   Finance 

File  101-92-2.2.   [Government  Funding]  Amending  the  Annual 
Appropriation  Ordinance,  1992-93,  File  101-92-2,  Ordinance  No. 
249-92,  giving  effect  to  revenue  changes  pursuant  to  Charter  Section 
6.208  and  adjusting  appropriations  to  meet  the  requirements  of  the 
Art  Commission  and  the  Airport  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.400,  as 
a  pre-requisite  to  levy  a  tax  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.208. 
(Controller)   Finance 

File  97-92-50.   [Fees]  Amending  Administrative  Code,  by  adding 
Sections  8.36  and  8.36-1  thereto,  authorizing  the  Juvenile  Probation 
Department  to  charge  fees  for  certain  services  and  documents. 
(Juvenile  Probation  Department)   Finance 

File  173-92-2.   [Marine  Terminal  Agreement]  Approving  First 
Amendment  to  Marine  Terminal  Agreement  with  Evergreen  Marine 
Corporation  allowing  a  fifty  percent  sharing  of  demurrage  revenue. 
(Port  Commission)   Finance 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  27-92-8.   [Airport  Financing  Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing 
Airports  Commission  to  file  application  and  accept  and  expend  grant 
of  $11,885,183  from  Federal  Aviation  Administration  for  assistance 
in  improvement  at  the  Airport  (A. I. P.  No.  14).   (Airports 
Commission)   Finance 

File  27-92-9.   [Hold  Harmless  Agreement]  Authorizing  the  Airports 
Commission  to  enter  into  hold  harmless  agreements  with  Oliver  de 
Silva,  Inc.,  for  completion  of  work  in  contaminated  areas. 
(Airports  Commission)   Finance  ^ 

File  134-92-2.   [Presidio  Planning  -  Department]  Authorizing  the 
Director  of  Planning  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  funds  from  the 
National  Park  Service  totalling  $160,053  for  a  period  of  thirteen 
months  for  Presidio  planning,  including  ten  percent  for  indirect 
costs.   (Department  of  City  Planning)   Finance 

File  148-92-6.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  Director  of 


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Public  Works  to  execute  the  necessary  documents  to  apply  for,  accept 
and  expend  up  to  $1,000,000  in  Federal  funds  for  curb  ramp 
construction.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   Finance 

File  148-92-7.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  Director  of  Public 
Works,  Bureau  of  Architecture,  to  accept  and  expend  four  hazard 
mitigation  grants  of  $1,862,000,  $1,400,000,  $500,000  and  $1,209,500 
from  the  California  State  Office  of  Emergency  Services  in  behalf  of 
Federal  Emergency  Management  Agency  (FEMA);  waiving  indirect  costs. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   Finance 

File  192-92-6.   [Grant  -  State  Funds!  Authorizing  the  Executive 
Director  of  the  Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic  to  accept  and 
expend  a  grant  in  the  amount  of  $263,000  of  Proposition  116  funds 
for  the  Commuter  Bikeway  Improvement  Program,  foregoing 
reimbursement  of  indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic)   Finance 

File  213-92-1.   [Adopting  of  Childcare  Fund  Regulations]  Substitute 
resolution  adopting  regulations  governing  expenditures  of  monies 
contributed  by  sponsors  of  large-scale  office  and  hotel  development 
to  the  Affordable  Child  Care  Fund.   (City  Attorney)   Scheduled  for 
Public  Hearing  before  Board  on  September  14,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Britt,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Chief  Administrative 
Officer  to  inquire  about  the  possibility  of  establishing  a  recycling 
;   program  for  colored  paper. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  City  Attorney  draft  resolution  creating 
a  Task  Force,  appointed  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors,  that  will  study 
and  recommend  increasing  women  and  disadvantaged  businesses 
participation  in  contracts  relating  to  building  City-bond  financed 
projects.   (File  170-92-10) 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Department  of  Real 
Estate  and  to  the  Department  of  Public  Works  asking  them  to  work 
with  the  City  Attorney  in  preparing  legislation  to  give  the  land 
parcel  A,  Block  4711,  lot  5  to  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
and  simultaneous  resolution  to  dedicate  the  street  to  the  Department 
of  Public  Works  for  immediate  maintenance. 

By  Supervisors  Shelley  and  Alioto,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director, 
Department  of  City  Planning,  inquiring  as  to  the  status  of  the 
application  for  the  home  at  1734  -8th  Avenue  to  repair  damages  from 
the  Loma  Prieta  earthquake. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director,  Bureau  of 
Building  Inspection,  as  to  the  status  of  permits  for  the  project  at 
570  Page  Street,  whether  extensions  will  be  granted,  and  whether  the 
owner  of  the  property  has  fully  complied  with  all  City  and  County 
guidelines. 


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ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
3:14  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on     MAR  \   5  1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisor! 


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The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 


CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:19  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Hsieh,  Migden  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:21  p.m. 

Supervisor  Britt  was  noted  present  at  2:26  p.m. 

Supervisor  Kennedy  was  noted  present  at  2:21  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Grant  of  Easement] 

Ordinance  authorizing  grant  of  twenty  year  easement  of  City-owned 
property  (Public  Utilities  Commission  and  its  Hetch  Hetchy  Project) 
to  the  City  of  Modesto,  in  Stanislaus  County  for  use  as  a  bicycle 
path.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  82-92-6,   Ordinance  No.  286-92 

Finally  passed. 


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Adopted  , 

[Contracting  Out  City  Services] 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
intake  and  shelter  services  to  status  offenders  can  be  practically 
performed  for  lower  cost  than  similar  work  services  performed  by 
City  and  County  employees.   (Juvenile  Probation  Department) 

File  25-92-27,   Resolution  No.  781-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Service,  Department  of  Epidemiology  and  Disease 
Control,  STD  Control  Division,  to  accept  and  expend  an  augmentation 
grant  of  $321,540,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of  $34,072,  based 
on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  salaries,  from  the  Centers  for 
Disease  Control  for  the  provision  of  STD  services.   (Department  of 
Public  Health) 

File  146-92-63,   Resolution  No.  792-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 

to  accept  and  expend  a  continuing  allocation  of  $3,000,000,  from  the 

California  Department  of  Health  Services,  to  continue  funding  the 

AIDS  Drug  Program;  waiving  indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public 

Health) 

File  146-92-64,   Resolution  No.  793-92 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Roger  Varela  against  BPS  Guard 
Services,  Inc.,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $10,000  and 
dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-17,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  926684.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Barbara  Jones,  et  al.,  against 
Donald  R.  Cohen,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $1,750  and 
release  of  lien.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-18,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  927124.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classifications  4212  Chief  of 
Technical  Services,  6116  Supervising  Wastewater  Control  Inspector 
and  9393  Sales  Manager,  Cargo  Services  Division  in  the  State 
Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Office  of  the  Mayor's  Employee 
Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-14,   Resolution  No.  785-92 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendation  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committees 

Finally  Passed 

[Underground  District] 

Ordinance  creating  Underground  District  No.  317  in  Sutro  Heights 

District.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  52-92-5,   Ordinance  No.  285-92 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

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Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 
Recommendation  of  Finance  and  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committees 

Finally  Passed 

(Public  Pay  Telephones] 

Ordinance  amending  Public  Works  Code,  regulating  the  installation 
and  maintenance  of  public  pay  telephones  on  public  sidewalks, 
requiring  permits  and  the  deposit  of  fees  therefor  and  providing  for 
enforcement  of  permitting  requirements;  14-month  review. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  123-92-3,   Ordinance  No.  287-92 

(Amends  Sections  706,  950,  952,  953,  954,  957,  958,  959,  960; 
Adds  Sections  950.1  and  950.2  and  Deletes  Section  962.) 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[MBE/WBE/LBE  -  Subcontracts] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  relating  to  a  race  and 
gender-conscious  subcontracting  affirmative  action  program  for 
architectural/engineering  and  related  services.  (Supervisors 
Kennedy,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley,  Alioto) 

File  284-92-4,   Ordinance  No,  284-92 

(Amends  Sections  12D.5.  12D.8  and  12D.11.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 

Recommendation  of  Joint  Economic  and  Social  Policy 
and  City  Services  Committee 


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Consideration  Continued 

[Pilot  Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program] 
Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  establish  a  pilot  Disadvantaged  and 
High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program  that  would  coordinate  year-round 
disadvantaged  and  high  risk  youth  employment  services  in  the  City  of 
San  Francisco  for  youth  between  the  ages  16-25,  and  requesting  that 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  receive  on  July  1,  1993,  a  report 
describing  and  evaluating  the  success  of  the  City  in  establishing, 
funding  and  maintaining  a  Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth 
Employment  Program  during  fiscal  year  1992-93.   (Supervisors 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley,  Conroy) 

File  250-92-1,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  September  21,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


NEW  BUSINESS 


Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 


Passed  for  second  reading 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  amending  the  Annual  Appropriation  Ordinance  for  fiscal 
year  1992-93,  File  No.  101-92-2,  Ordinance  No.  249-92,  giving  effect 
to  revenue  changes  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.208  and  adjusting 
appropriations  to  meet  the  requirements  of  the  Art  Commission  and 
the  Airport  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.400,  as  a  pre-requisite  to 
levy  a  tax  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.208.   (Controller) 

fFile  101-92-2.2,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
lallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


[(Tax  Rate  Setting] 

Irdinance  providing  revenue  and  levying  taxes  for  City  and  County 
^purposes  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1993.   (Controller) 


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File  74-92-1,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


[Tax  Rate  Setting] 

Ordinance  providing  revenue  and  levying  taxes  for  San  Francisco 
Unified  School  District  purposes  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30, 
1993.   (Controller) 

File  74-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


[Tax  Rate  Setting] 

Ordinance  providing  revenue  and  levying  taxes  for  San  Francisco 
Community  College  District  purposes  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  June 
30,  1993.   (Controller) 

File  74-92-3,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


[Contract] 

Ordinance  authorizing  the  Chief  Probation  Officer  of  the  Juvenile 
Probation  Department  to  renew  a  contract  with  California  Youth 
Authority  for  diagnostic  and  treatment  services  and  temporary 
detention  not  to  exceed  ninety  days;  providing  for  ratification  of 
action  previously  taken.   (Juvenile  Probation  Department) 

File  172-92-10,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 

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Adopted 

[Gift] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Laguna  Honda 
Hospital  and  Rehabilitation  Center,  to  accept  and  expend  a  gift 
valued  at  $15,908  from  Ramco  Equipment  for  use  by  plant  services 
employees  to  maintain  and  improve  the  quality  of  life  for  hospital's 
residents;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  38-92-23,   Resolution  No.  782-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


[Acceptance  of  Deed  -  Sewer  Easement] 

Resolution  accepting  a  deed  from  Nihonmachi  Parking  Corporation  to  a 

sewer  easement  in  Assessor's  Block  686;  and  adopting  the  finding 

pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  82-92-7,   Resolution  No.  784-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  $14,788,500  from  1993-94  State  Transit  Capital 
Improvement  funds  and  $14,788,500  from  local  match  funds  to  provide 
financing  for  the  Nine  Municipal  Railway  Guideway  Projects;  placing 
$16,605,050  on  reserve.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  94-92-6,   Resolution  No.  787-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 


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(Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for 
accept  and  expend  $7,574,454  in  Federal  Section  9  Operating 
Assistance,  $25,000,000  of  Federal  Section  3  Fixed  Guideway  Capital 
Assistance,  $4,974,542  of  Federal  Section  9  Capital  Assistance, 
$12,400,000  of  Federal  Surface  Transportation  Program/Congestion 
Management  Air  Quality  Capital  Assistance,  and  $10,530,276  from 
various  local  match  sources  such  as  from  State  Transit  Capital 
Improvement  funds.  State  Urban  Rail  Bond  funds.  State  Clean  Air  and 
Transportation  Improvement  Act  Bond  funds.  Regional  Local  Match 
funds  such  as  State  Transit  Assistance  funds,  Transportation 
Development  Act  funds,  Bridge  Toll  Net  Revenues,  Regional  Measure 
One  funds,  Gas  Tax  Revenues,  Transit  Impact  Development  fees,  San 
Francisco  Municipal  Railway  Improvement  Corporation  funds,  the  San 
Francisco  County  Sales  Taxes,  Port  of  San  Francisco  funds,  and/or 
Catellus  Corporation  funds  for  seven  Municipal  Railway  projects; 
placing  $38,111,645  on  reserve.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  94-92-7,   Resolution  No.  788-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 


[Grant  -  Private  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  San  Francisco  Juvenile  Probation 
Department  to  accept  and  expend  grant  monies  from  the  San  Francisco 
Foundation  ($30,000)  and  Kaiser  Family  Foundation  ($25,000)  for  the 
development  of  a  multi-disciplinary  assessment  instrument, 
classification  system  and  workload  study;  waiving  indirect  costs; 
placing  $55,000  on  reserve.   (Juvenile  Probation  Department) 

File  141-92-2.1,   Resolution  No.  789-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health  to  apply  for 
a  grant  allocation  of  up  to  $12,414,697  for  fiscal  year  1992-93 
funding  from  State  Department  of  Health  Services  for  California 
Healthcare  for  Indigents  Program  (CHIP)  funds,  which  includes 
indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $164,981,  based  on  1.658646  percent 
of  County  Hospital  and  Other  Health  Services  CHIP  allocations. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-61,   Resolution  No.  790-92 

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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental  grant  of  $59,647, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  of  $6,461  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  supplement  the  AIDS  Surveillance 
Project;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-62,   Resolution  No.  791-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 

Recommendations  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committees 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Telecommunications  Facilities] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  assign  responsibility  to 
the  General  Manager  of  the  Department  of  Electricity  for  planning, 
designing,  maintaining  and  coordinating  an  improved 
telecommunications  program  for  departments,  boards 

and  commissions  of  the  City  and  County;  General  Manager  to  provide 
detailed  action  plan  to  the  Board  of  Supervisors.   (Supervisor 
Gonzalez) 

File  97-92-35,   Ordinance  No. 

(Fiscal  Impact.) 

(Adds  Chapter  22B.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

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Adopted 


[Removal  of  Members/City  Wide  Alcoholism  Advisory  Board] 
Resolution  approving  the  removal  of  two  members  from  the  City-Wide 
Alcoholism  Advisory  Board  pursuant  to  California  Health  and  Safety 
Code,  Section  11807(d).   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  92-92-29.2,   Resolution  No.  786-92 

(Alonzo  Gallaread,  term  to  expire  June  1993; 
Gonzalo  Gonzalez,  term  to  expire  June  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 


[Accessibility  for  the  Disabled] 

Resolution  requesting  the  Clerk  of  the  Board  to  research  options  in 
Assistive  Listening  Devices  and  to  report  back  to.  the  Board  in  one 
month,  and  to  make  the  Board  and  committee  meetings  accessible  to 
persons  with  hearing  impairments  by  installing  Assistive  Listening 
Devices  within  two  months.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  54-92-4,   Resolution  No.  783-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 


[Select  Committee] 

Motion  establishing  a  Select  Committee  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
on  the  impact  on  city  services  by  the  closures  of  Hunters  Point 
Naval  Shipyard  and  the  Presidio  Army  Base.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  54-92-3 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote:  ^ 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Hsieh,  Migden  -  2. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  Committee 


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Adopted 

[Jose  Coronado  Playground] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Recreation  and  Park 
Commission  to  change  the  name  of  "Folsom  Playground"  to  "Jose 
Coronado  Playground".   (Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Alioto) 

File  193-91-9,   Resolution  No.  794-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 


SPECIAL  ORDER  3:00  P.M. 


Hearing  Closed 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  all  persons  interested  in  the  recommendation  of  the 
Public  Utilities  Commission  for  abandonment  of  express  portion  of 
Municipal  Railway  Line  82X-Caltrain  Levi  Plaza  Express. 

File  7-92-5 

(Proposed  abandonment  is  as  follows:  The  express  portion  of  the 
82X-line  on  Bay  between  The  Embarcadero  and  Columbus  and  onto 
Columbus  between  Bay  and  North  Point.) 

(This  will  allow  the  Municipal  Railway  to  reroute  the  express 
portion  onto  The  Embarcadero  by  way  of  North  Point,  in  both 
directions,  on  the  same  route  currently  used  by  the  42-Downtown 
Loop.) 

The  President  inquired  if  there  was  anyone  present  desiring  to 
speak. 

There  being  no  response,  the  President  declared  the  hearing 
closed. 


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From  Public  Utilities  Commission 

Adopted 
(Only  one  of  the  following  two  motions  should  be  adopted.) 


[Public  Transportation] 

Resolution  approving  partial  discontinuance  of  express  portion  of 

Municipal  Railway  Line  82X-Caltrain  Levi  Plaza  Express. 


File  7-92-5,   Resolution  No.  780-92 


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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 

Tabled 

(Public  Transportation! 

Resolution  disapproving  partial  discontinuance  of  express  portion  of 

Municipal  Railway  Line  82X-Caltrain  Levi  Plaza  Express. 

File  7-92-5.1,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  table. 

Tabled  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 

SPECIAL  ORDER  3:00  P.M. 


Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  all  persons  interested  in  or  objecting  to  the  proposed 
vacation  of  certain  subsurface  street  areas  in  the  Yerba  Buena 
Center  Redevelopment  Project  bounded  by  Mission,  Howard,  Fourth  and 
Third  Streets,  rescinding  previous  street  vacation  ordinance  in 
order  to  correct  an  error  in  the  description  of  the  areas  to  be 
vacated  and  to  clarify  the  intention  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
that  no  easements  for  the  facilities  of  utilities  in  the  vacated 
areas  shall  be  reserved,  and  finding  that  the  vacation  is  consistent 
with  the  eight  priority  policies  of  City  Planning  Code  Section  101. I 

File  164-92-1.1 

(Pursuant  to  Board  of  Supervisors  Resolution  No.  683-92, 
approved  August  7,  1992.) 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Andrew  Schwartz; 
Dehnert  Queen. 

From  Economic  and  Social  Policy  without  Recommendation 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 


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[Vacation  of  subsurface  street  areas] 

Ordinance  ordering  vacation  of  certain  subsurface  street  areas  in 
the  Yerba  Buena  Center  Redevelopment  Project  Area  in  that  portion 
bounded  by  Mission,  Howard,  Fourth  and  Third  Streets;  rescinding 
previous  street  vacation  ordinance  in  order  to  correct  an  error  in 
the  description  of  the  areas  to  be  vacated  and  to  clarify  the 
intention  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  that  no  easements  for  the 
facilities  of  utilities  in  the  vacated  areas  shall  be  reserved,  and 
finding  that  the  vacation  is  consistent  with  the  eight  priority 
policies  of  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Real  Estate 
Department) 

File  164-92-1.1,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Migden  -  1. 

SPECIAL  ORDER  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Closed 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  all  persons  interested  in  or  objecting  to  the  proposed 
vacation  of  a  portion  of  Keith  Street  located  between  Newcomb  and 
La  Salle  Avenues  and  authorizing  conveyance  thereof  to  the  owner  of 
the  abutting  property  (San  Francisco  Redevelopment  Agency);  and 
finding  such  actions  are  in  conformity  with  the  Master  Plan. 

File  164-92-2.1 

(Pursuant  to  Board  of  Supervisors  Resolution  No. 684-92,  approved 
August  7,  1992.) 

The  President  inquired  if  there  was  anyone  present  desiring  to 
speak. 

There  being  no  response,  the  President  declared  the  hearing 
closed. 


From  Economic  and  Social  Policy  without  Recommendation 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Street  Vacation  -  Conveyance] 

Ordinance  ordering  vacation  of  a  portion  of  Keith  Street  located 
between  Newcomb  and  La  Salle  Avenues,  and  authorizing  conveyance 
thereof  to  the  owner  of  the  abutting  property  (San  Francisco 
Redevelopment  Agency);  and  finding  such  actions  are  in  conformity 
with  the  Master  Plan.   (Real  Estate  Department) 


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File  164-92-2.1,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Migden  -  2. 

Recess 

At  the  request  of  President  Shelley,  the  Board  recessed  at  the 
hour  of  3:11  p.m.  to  convene  in  closed  session  pursuant  to 
Government  Code  Section  54956.9(a)  to  meet  with  the  City  Attorney  to 
discuss  litigation  under  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  versus  San 
Francisco  Giants  and  Government  Code  Section  54956.9(b)(1) 
concerning  significant  exposure  to  litigation  exists  because  the 
City  of  St.  Petersburg,  Florida  has  threatened  litigation  against 
the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  regarding  the  San  Francisco 
Giants  and  the  issue  of  litigation  indemnity  regarding  both  of  the 
above  lawsuits. 

Reconvening  of  the  Board 
The  Board,  at  the  hour  of  4:27  p.m.,  reconvened. 
A  quorum  was  present. 

Report  on  Closed  Session 

Deputy  City  Attorney  Ted  Lakey  reported  that  the  Board  had  met 
in  closed  session  with  the  City  Attorney  concerning  pending 
litigation  as  provided  in  the  Government  Code. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Dehnert  Queen; 
Patricia  Vought; 
Doug  Corns tock; 
Margaret  Verges. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 

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suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required, 

Adopted 

[Bay  Area  Rapid  Transit] 

Resolution  commending  Bay  Area  Rapid  Transit  District  for  twenty 

years  of  service.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  6-92-16,   Resolution  No.  779-92 

(August  31,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  8,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Lead  in  Drinking  Water] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Water  Department  to  include 
notices  in  appropriate  languages  regarding  the  hazards  of  lead  in 
drinking  water  when  mailing  such  notices  as  required  by 
Environmental  Protection  Agency  guidelines.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  290-92-7,   Resolution  No.  795-92 

(August  31,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  8,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Maher, 
Migden  -  5. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 


Adopted 


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[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-36,   Resolution  No.  775-92 

(Mayor  Frank  Jordan,  September  5  -  8;  Angela  Alioto,  member.  Board 
of  Supervisors,  September  12  -  16;  Louise  Renne,  City  Attorney, 
September  7  -  10;  David  Detrick,  member.  Police  Commission, 
August  26  -  30,  September  24  -  27  and  October  8  -  13;  John  A. 
Ertola,  President,  Fire  Commission,  September  8  -  14;  Steve 
Heminger,  member.  Parking  and  Traffic  Commission,  September  12  - 
16;  James  K.  Ho,  member.  Airports  Commission,  September  1-9; 
Edwin  Lee,  Director,  Human  Rights  Commission,  September  16  -  23; 
Charles  D.  Morrow,  member.  Fire  Commission,  September  4  -  8; 
Patrick  A.  Murphy,  President,  Airports  Commission,  August  25  -  27; 
Anthony  Rodriguez,  member.  Police  Commission,  September  8  -  18; 
Manuel  A.  Rosales,  member.  Parking  and  Traffic  Commission, 
September  28  -  October  5;  Albert  C.  Walker,  General  Manager,  Civil 
Service  Commission,  September  7-9,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  prepa.rahion  of  the 
calendar. ) 

Adopted 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  honoring  H.  Marcia  Smolens  on  her  50th  birthday. 

File  6-92-18,   Resolution  No.  776-92 

Supervisor  Migden  presented  on  behalf  of  the  entire  Board  for 
immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Kearny  and 
Pacific  Streets  on  Sunday,  September  20,  1992,  from  11:00  a.m.  until 
12:30  p.m.  for  staging  area  for  parade. 

File  42-92-41,   Resolution  No.  778-92 

Supervisor  Kennedy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Leidesdorff 
Street,  between  Commercial  and  Halleck  Streets  on  Thursday, 
September  10,  1992,  6:00  p.m.  until  Friday,  September  11,  1992, 
11:00  p.m.  for  filming  of  motion  picture  "Joyride". 

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File  42-92-43,   Resolution  No.  777-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 
Adopted. 

[Condominium  Map  Approval] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  701  Minnesota  Street,  a  condominium 
project  being  a  resubdivision  of  Lot  5  in  Assessor's  Block  4060  and 
adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 

File  58-92-21 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Board 

[Clean  Water  MonthJ 

Resolution  declaring  the  month  of  October  1992  as  Clean  Water 
Month.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  September 
14,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  4-92-23 

[Pacific  Economic  Cooperation  Week] 

Resolution  declaring  the  week  of  September  21,  1992  Pacific  Economic 
Cooperation  Week.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to 
Board  September  14,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 
Calendar . 

File  4-92-24 

[Street   Closing] 

Resolution   authorizing    temporary  closing   of    a   portion  of   Ashbury 


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Street,  between  Page  and  Height  Streets,  on  Saturday,  October  3, 
1992  from  10:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.  for  a  street  fair.   (Supervisor 
Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  September  14,  1992  For 
Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-42 

[Voter  Registration] 

Resolution  authorizing  and  directing  Department  Heads  to  assign 
personnel  whose  duties  involve  regular  public  contact  to  become 
deputized  by  the  Registrar  of  Voters  for  the  purpose  of  encouraging 
and  conducting  voter  registration  as  a  public  service  during  regular 
working  hours,  and  urging  the  Registrar  of  Voters  to  provide  voter 
registration  materials.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred 
to  Board  September  14,  1992  For  Adoption  without  Committee  Reference 
Calendar. 

File  60-92-10 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  apply 
for,  accept  and  expend  $1,341,000  from  the  Transportation  Fund  for 
clean  air  in  the  bay  area  for  programs  and  projects  to  reduce  air 
pollution  from  motor  vehicles.   (Supervisor  Britt  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  as  soon 
as  possible. 

File  133-92-4 

[Federal  Funding] 

Resolution  approving  a  1992-1993  Expenditure  Plan  for  Refugee 
Employment  Social  Services  funds  and  authorizing  the  President  of 
the  Private  Industry  Council  of  San  Francisco,  Inc.  to  sign,  enter 
into  and  execute  the  State  contract.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez 
presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  156-92-3 

[Indemnification  Agreement] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Mayor  to  execute  an  agreement  with  local 
investors  whereby  the  City  would  indemnify  local  investors  against 
their  liability  for  claims  arising  out  of  their  participation  in 
attempting  to  purchase  and  retain  in  San  Francisco  the  Giants 
franchise.   (Supervisor  Maher  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance 
Committee  with  direction  to  report  back  to  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
on  September  14,  1992. 

File  252-92-3 


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Requests  for  Hearings; 

File  97-92-52,  By  Supervisor  Maher:   To  consider  enacting 
legislation  concerning  judgments/settlements  in  cases  of  racial  or 
sexual  harassment  or  discrimination.   Referred  to  Administration  and 
Oversight  Committee. 

File  101-92-6,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  emergency 
supplemental  appropriation  for  additional  jail  space  under 
agreements  with  Alameda  and  Contra  Costa  Counties.   Referred  to 
Finance  Committee. 

File  101-92-7,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  amendments  to 
the  1992-93  Annual  Appropriation  Ordinance.   Referred  to  Finance 

Committee. 

File  102-92-5,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:  To  consider  the  number  of  new 
positions  and  classifications  that  were  created  and/or  added  to  each 
department's  payroll  within  the  last  two  years.  Referred  to  Finance 
Committee. 

File  197-92-4,  By  Supervisors  Hallinan  and  Gonzalez:   To  consider 
the  progress  of  the  Cultural  Affairs  Task  Force  and  alleged  misuse 
of  funds.   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  206-92-3,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  the  Housing  and 
Urban  Development's  (HUD)  report  on  the  San  Francisco  Housing 
Authority.   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  257-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:   To  consider  a  comprehensive 
policy  for  clean  up  of  contaminated  sites  of  former  gas  stations  in 
San  Francisco  and  establishment  of  proper  neighborhood  notification 
procedures,  setting  emissions  standards,  noise  levels  and  site 
enclosure  policies.   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy 
Committee. 

File  258-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  cost  of 
implementation  and  enforcement  of  the  American  Disabilities  Act. 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 


Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-49.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Hank  Scoepp  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $40,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  45-92-50.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Juanita  Gittins  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $6,500.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and 
Oversight 


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File  45-92-51.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Minerva  Martin,  et  al.,  against  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $10,500.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-52.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Albert  Rubino  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  45-92-53.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Patrick  Michael  Barnette  against  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $15,000.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  97-92-51.   [Tropical  Hardwoods  Contract  Language  Exemption] 
Amending  Administrative  Code  by  amending  Section  121.5,  which 
requires  every  contract  to  contain  a  statement  urging  companies  not 
to  import,  purchase,  obtain,  or  use  for  any  purposes,  any  tropical 
hardwood  or  tropical  hardwood  product  to  exclude  contracts  with 
public  entities  for  the  provision  of  water  or  power.   (Public 
Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

File  109-92-2.   [Rent  Ordinance]  Amending  Administrative  Code  by 
amending  Section  37.3  thereof,  to  raise  applicable  percentage  of  the 
consumer  price  index  component  of  annual  allowance  rent  increase 
from  sixty  percent  to  eighty  percent.   (Mayor)   Economic  and  Social 
Policy 

File  172-92-11.   [Tropical  Hardwoods  Waiver]  Authorizing  execution 
of  the  contract  for  the  conveyance  of  water  from  the  1992  California 
Drought  Emergency  Water  Bank;  authorizing  execution  of  the  agreement 
for  wheeling  exchange  water  from  San  Luis  Reservoir  to  City  of  San 
Francisco;  and  waiving  requirement  of  Section  121.5(b)  of  the  San 
Francisco  Administrative  Code  that  every  contract  shall  contain  a 
statement  urging  companies  not  to  use  tropical  hardwoods  or  tropical 
hardwood  products.   (Public  Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  7-92-6.   [Public  Transportation]  Approving  partial 
discontinuance  of  service  on  the  portion  of  Line  48-Quintara/24th 
Street  known  as  "The  Foundation  Loop";  Hoffman  Avenue  Between  24th 
and  25th  Streets,  25th,  Foundation  and  24th  Streets,  between 
Foundation  and  Hoffman;  companion  measure  to  File  7-92-6.1.   (Public 
Utilities  Commission)   Scheduled  for  Public  Hearing  before  Board  on 
September  21,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

File  7-92-6.1.   [Public  Transportation]  Disapproving  partial 
discontinuance  of  service  on  the  portion  of  Line  48-Quintara/24th 
Street  known  as  "The  Foundation  Loop";  Hoffman  Avenue  Between  24th 
and  25th  Streets,  25th,  Foundation  and  24th  Streets,  between 
Foundation  and  Hoffman;  companion  measure  to  File  7-92-6.   (Public 
Utilities  Commission)   Scheduled  for  Public  Hearing  before  Board  on 
September  21,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 


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File  25-92-29.   [Contracting  Out  City  Services]  Concurring  with  the 
Controller's  certification  that  uniformed  security  services  can  be 
practically  performed  for  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  by  a 
private  contractor  for  a  lower  cost  than  similar  work  services 
performed  by  City  and  County  employees.   (Public  Utilities 
Commission)   Finance 

File  25-92-30.   [Contracting  Out  City  Services]  Concurring  with  the 
Controller's  certification  that  maintenance  services  for  facilities 
of  the  Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic  can  be  practically 
performed  by  private  contractor  for  lower  cost  than  similar  work 
services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees.   (Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic)   Finance 

File  25-92-31.   [Contracting  Out  City  Services]  Concurring  with  the 
Controller's  certification  that  security  services  for  facilities  of 
the  Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic  can  be  practically  performed 
by  private  contractor  for  lower  cost  than  similar  work  services 
performed  by  City  and  County  employees.   (Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic)   Finance 

File  146-92-66.   [Grant  -  State  Fund]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Services,  to  apply  for  a 
grant  of  $630,399,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of 
$30,580,  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries  from  the  Federal  Bureau 
of  Health  Care  Delivery  Assistance,  for  linked  primary  care  and 
substance  abuse  services;  providing  for  ratification  of  action 
previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  172-92-12.   [Contract]  Approving  the  contract  between  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  Department  of  Public  Health,  and  Health 
Management  Systems,  Inc.,  to  provide  retroactive  claims  reprocessing 
services.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance. 

File  172-92-13.   [Contract]  Approving  the  modification  of  the 
contract  between  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  Department  of 
Public  Health,  and  HHL  Financial  Services,  Inc.,  to  provide 
uncompensated  care  recovery  services.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance. 


Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  his  Honor,  the  Mayor, 
urging  him  to  launch  a  "Take  Back  Our  Parks  Campaign"  throughout  San 
Francisco  which  involves  the  Recreation  and  Park  Department  and  all 
law  enforcement  agencies  in  assuring  that  San  Francisco  parks  are 
well  patrolled  by  police  and  recreation  supervisor  attendants  and 
gardeners  receive  immediate  response  from  the  police  regarding 
public  safety  concerns. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letters  be  sent  to  Speaker  Willie  Brown 
and  Assemblyman  John  Burton  urging  them  to  introduce  legislation 
that  would  include  neighborhood  parks  in  drug  free  zones. 

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By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  ordinance  which 
would  amend  Administrative  Code  Sections  10.213,  E.  4.  (a)  thru  (d) 
to  require  all  City  contracts  with  companies  who  do  not  sign  the 
declaration  of  compliance  with  the  South  Africa  divestiture 
ordinance  be  reviewed  and  approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letters  be  sent  to  the  Director  of  Real 
Estate,  Director  of  Public  Works  and  City  Attorney  urgently 
requesting  prompt  attention  be  given  to  request  to  prepare 
legislation  to  accept  Progress  Street,  so  that  residents  on  this 
street  may  register  to  vote  before  October  5,  1992. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  General 
Manager,  Recreation  and  Park  Department,  concerning  the  Raymond 
Kimbell  Playground,  to  determine  whether  the  dangerous  and  hazardous 
condition  caused  by  storage  of  toxic  materials  in  torn  bags  can  be 
removed  or  placed  in  an  area  not  accessible  by  the  general  public. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Executive  Director, 
Parking  and  Traffic  Department,  to  determine  the  feasibility  of 
installing  a  Stop  sign  on  Fillmore  and  O'Farrell  Streets. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  Budget  Analyst  be  requested  to  perform 
management  audit  on  the  San  Francisco  Housing  Authority  as  soon  as 
possible. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director,  San 
Francisco  Housing  Authority  requesting  copy  of  all  reports  relevant 
to  the  Housing  and  Urban  Development's  (HUD)  recent  report  on  the 
Housing  Authority. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  letter  be  sent  to  his  Honor,  the  Mayor, 
urging  him  to  continue  his  efforts  to  put  together  a  proposal  to 
keep  the  Giants  in  San  Francisco. 

By  Supervisor  Maher,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  appropriate 
legislation  concerning  judgments/settlements  in  cases  of  racial  or 
sexual  harassment  or  discrimination. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letters  be  sent  to  the  City  Attorney 
and  District  Attorney  requesting  review  of  document  entitled  "Arts 
Advocacy  Consortium  Six  Month  Progress  Report". 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Ruth  Mae  Green  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
Louise  Harvey  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
Terry  Hamid  (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 
James  Roy  McGee  (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

Pile  2-92-36 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 

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ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:52  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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MAR  1  5  199!^ 
Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on         '     "^ 


I,    John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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JOURNAI.  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
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Monday,  September  14,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 


CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:19  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  5. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Alioto  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Britt  was  noted  present  at  2:20  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  was  noted  present  at  2:20  p.m. 

Supervisor  Maher  was  noted  present  at  2:30  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  amending  the  Annual  Appropriation  Ordinance  for  fiscal 
fear  1992-93,  File  No.  101-92-2,  Ordinance  No.  249-92,  giving  effect 
to  revenue  changes  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.208  and  adjusting 
appropriations  to  meet  the  requirements  of  the  Art  Commission  and 
the  Airport  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.400,  as  a  pre-requisite  to 
levy  a  tax  pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.208.   (Controller) 


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File  101-92-2.2,   Ordinance  No.  294-92 
Finally  passed. 


[Tax  Rate  Setting] 

Ordinance  providing  revenue  and  levying  taxes  for  City  and  County 

purposes  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1993.   (Controller) 


File  74-92-1,   Ordinance  No.  290-92 
Finally  passed. 


[Tax  Rate  Setting] 

Ordinance  providing  revenue  and  levying  taxes  for  San  Francisco 
Unified  School  District  purposes  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30 
1993.   (Controller) 


File  74-92-2,   Ordinance  No.  291-92 
Finally  passed. 


[Tax  Rate  Setting] 

Ordinance  providing  revenue  and  levying  taxes  for  San  Francisco 
Community  College  District  purposes  for  the  fiscal  year  ending  June 
30,  1993.   (Controller) 

File  74-92-3,   Ordinance  No.  292-92 

Finally  passed. 

Adopted 

[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Executive  Director  of  the  Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  in  the  amount  of 
$263,000  of  Proposition  116  funds  for  the  Commuter  Bikeway 
Improvement  Program,  foregoing  reimbursement  of  indirect  costs. 
(Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  192-92-6,   Resolution  No.  815-92  ^ 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 


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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit) 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Roger  Varela  against  BPS  Guard 
Services,  Inc.,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $10,000  and 
dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-17,   Ordinance  No.  288-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  926-684.) 

Finally  passed. 


[(Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Barbara  Jones,  et  al.,  against 
Donald  R.  Cohen,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $1,750  and 
release  of  lien.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-18,   Ordinance  No.  289-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  927-124.) 

Finally  passed. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  San  Francisco 
Taxpayers'  Association  against  the  Board  of  Supervisors  by  payment 
of  $50,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-46,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  901-018.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  LeBeauf ,  et  al 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $13,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-47,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  No.  030-701.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  State  Compensation 
Insurance  Fund  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of 
$17,490.60.   (City  Attorney) 


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File  45-92-48,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  Nos.  866-527,  896-074  and  921-128.) 
Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuitl 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 
against  Anthony  Walker  and  Gary  Walker  for  $5,000  to  be  paid  to  the 
General  Fund.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-16,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  941-919.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Adopted 

[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of 

State  Farm  Insurance  Co.,  by  payment  of  $6,379.46.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-20,   Resolution  No.  799-92 

Adopted. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  8162  Rent  Board 
Hearing  Officers,  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program. 
(Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-15,   Resolution  No.  804-92 

Adopted. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  A894  Wastewater 
Control  Inspector,  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program. 
(Employee  Relations  Division)  ^ 

File  89-92-16,   Resolution  No.  805-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 


REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Contract] 

Ordinance  authorizing  the  Chief  Probation  Officer  of  the  Juvenile 
Probation  Department  to  renew  a  contract  with  California  Youth 
Authority  for  diagnostic  and  treatment  services  and  temporary 
detention  not  to  exceed  ninety  days;  providing  for  ratification  of 
action  previously  taken.   (Juvenile  Probation  Department) 

File  172-92-10,   Ordinance  No.  814-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 

Recommendation  of  Finance  and  City  Services  Committees 

Finally  Passed 

[Telecommunications  Facilities] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  assign  responsibility  to 
the  General  Manager  of  the  Department  of  Electricity  for  planning, 
designing,  maintaining  and  coordinating  an  improved 
telecommunications  program  for  departments,  boards  and  commissions 
of  the  City  and  County;  General  Manager  to  provide  detailed  action 
plan  to  the  Board  of  Supervisors.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  97-92-35,   Ordinance  No.  293-92 

(Adds  Chapter  22B. ) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 


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From  Economic  and  Social  Policy  without  Recommendation 

Finally  Passed 

[Vacation  of  subsurface  street  areas] 

Ordinance  ordering  vacation  of  certain  subsurface  street  areas  in 
the  Yerba  Buena  Center  Redevelopment  Project  Area  in  that  portion 
bounded  by  Mission,  Howard,  Fourth  and  Third  Streets;  rescinding 
previous  street  vacation  ordinance  in  order  to  correct  an  error  in 
the  description  of  the  areas  to  be  vacated  and  to  clarify  the 
intention  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  that  no  easements  for  the 
facilities  of  utilities  in  the  vacated  areas  shall  be  reserved,  and 
finding  that  the  vacation  is  consistent  with  the  eight  priority 
policies  of  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Real  Estate 
Department) 

File  164-92-1.1,   Ordinance  No.  295-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Street  Vacation  -  Conveyance] 

Ordinance  ordering  vacation  of  a  portion  of  Keith  Street  located 
between  Newcomb  and  La  Salle  Avenues,  and  authorizing  conveyance 
thereof  to  the  owner  of  the  abutting  property  (San  Francisco 
Redevelopment  Agency);  and  finding  such  actions  are  in  conformity 
with  the  master  plan.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  164-92-2.1,   Ordinance  No.  296-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  ^4igden  -  3. 


NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  authorizing  the  Juvenile 
Probation  Department  to  charge  fees  for  certain  services  and 
documents.   (Juvenile  Probation  Department) 

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File  97-92-50,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Sections  8.36  and  8.36-1.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Marine  Terminal  Agreement] 

Ordinance  approving  First  Amendment  to  Marine  Terminal  Agreement 
with  Evergreen  Marine  Corporation  allowing  a  fifty  percent  sharing 
of  demurrage  revenue.   (Port  Commission) 

File  173-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Airport  Financing  Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  Airports  Commission  to  file  application  and 
accept  and  expend  grant  of  $11,885,183  from  Federal  Aviation 
Administration  for  assistance  in  improvement  at  the  Airport  (A.I.P 
No.  14);  placing  $10,399,433  on  reserve.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-8,   Resolution  No.  800-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Hold  Harmless  Agreement] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Airports  Commission  to  enter  into  hold 
harmless  agreements  with  Oliver  de  Silva,  Inc.,  for  completion  of 
work  in  contaminated  areas.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-9,   Resolution  No.  801-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Presidio  Planning  -  Department! 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Director  of  Planning  to  apply  for,  accept 
and  expend  funds  from  the  National  Park  Service  not  to  exceed 
$160,054  for  a  period  of  thirteen  months  for  Presidio  planning, 
including  ten  percent  for  indirect  costs;  and  ratifying  actions 
previously  taken.   (Department  of  City  Planning) 

File  134-92-2,   Resolution  No.  809-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Fundsl 

Resolution  authorizing  Director  of  Public  Works  to  execute  the 
necessary  documents  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  up  to  $1,000,000 
in  Federal  funds  for  curb  ramp  construction;  placing  $904,382  on 
reserve.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  148-92-6,   Resolution  No.  811-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  Director  of  Public  Works,  Bureau  of 
Architecture,  to  accept  and  expend  four  hazard  mitigation  grants  of 
$1,862,000,  $1,400,000,  up  to  $500,000  and  $1,209,500  from  the 
California  State  Office  of  Emergency  Services  in  behalf  of  Federal 
Emergency  Management  Agency  (FEMA);  waiving  indirect  costs;  placing 
$4,798,964  on  reserve.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  148-92-7,   Resolution  No.  812-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Lead  Based  Paint  Abatement  Grant  Program] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Mayor  to  apply  for  a  grant  for  lead-based 
paint  abatement  from  the  U.S.  Department  of  Housing  and  Urban 
Development  for  a  total  amount  not  to  exceed  six  million  dollars 
($6,000,000)  for  a  program  authorized  under  the  Department  of 
Veterans  Affairs  and  Housing  and  Urban  Development,  and  Independent 
Agencies  Appropriations  Act,  1992,  Public  Law  Number  102-139; 
$600,000  of  indirect  costs  associated  with  the  acceptance  of  these 
grant  funds  is  included  in  the  application  budget.   (Supervisor 
Shelley) 

File  68-92-10,   Resolution  No.  803-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Private  and  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  as 
subgrantee,  in  collaboration  with  the  State  Department  of  Mental 
Health,  Children,  Youth  and  Families  Branch,  as  primary  grantee,  to 
accept  and  expend  retroactively,  a  two  year  extension  grant  from  the 
Robert  Wood  Johnson  Foundation  of  $475,569  with  $1,050,000  of 
matching  funds  from  the  primary  grantee  for  a  total  of  $1,525,569, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $56,749  based  on  nine 
percent  of  salaries  and  other  allowable  costs,  from  the  Robert  Wood 
Johnson  Foundation  and  indirect  costs  of  ten  percent  from  the  State 
Department  of  Mental  Health  for  the  provision  of  a  system  of  care 
for  children  and  youth  who  are  seriously  emotionally  disturbed  and 
their  families.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-65,   Resolution  No.  810-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Indemnification  Agreement] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Mayor  to  execute  an  agreement  with  local 
investors  whereby  the  City  would  indemnify  local  investors  against 
their  liability  for  claims  arising  out  of  their  participation  in 


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attempting  to  purchase  and  retain  in  San  Francisco  the  Giants 
franchise.   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  252-92-3,   Resolution  No. 

(September  8,  1992  -  Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with 
direction  to  report  back  to  the  Board  on  September  14,  1992.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Migden  -  2. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Adopted 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Park  and  Open  Space  Advisory 

Committee.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-91-27,   Resolution  No.  807-92 

(Christine  Schneider,  vice  Hilary  Lamar,  term  expired,  for  the 
unexpired  portion  of  the  two-year  term  ending  July  15,  1993; 

Deborah  Gellarman,  vice  Dan  Hodapp,  term  expired,  for  the 
unexpired  portion  of  the  term  ending  July  15,  1994; 

Claire  Isaacs,  vice  Nancy  Larsen,  term  expired,  for  the 
unexpired  portion  of  the  two-year  term  ending  July  15,  1994; 

Jill  Lerner  Hallinan,  vice  herself,  term  expired,  for  the 
two-year  term  ending  July  15,  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Delinguency  Prevention 

Commission.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-2.2,   Resolution  No.  806-92 

(Karen  Jo  Koonan,  vice  Diane  Flannery,  resigned,  for  unexpired 
portion  of  term  ending  December  31,  1992.) 


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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 

Consideration  Continued 

[Appointment  1 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Assessment  Appeals  Board. 

(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-30,   Resolution  No. 

(Thomas  P.  Brady,  vice  himself,  regular  member,  term  expired, 
for  three-year  term  ending  September  7,  1995.) 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  September  28,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Memorandum  of  Understanding] 

Resolution  ratifying  and  approving  amendment  of  1991-95  Memorandum 
of  Understanding  with  Transport  Workers  Union  of  America,  AFL-CIO 
and  Transport  Workers  Union,  Local  250-A  (for  9163  Transit 
Operators).   (Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  93-92-32,   Resolution  No.  808-92 

\  Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

f     Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


[Legal  Authorization  to  Sue) 

Resolution  authorizing  Tax  Collector  Attorney  to  institute  legal 

proceedings  for  the  recovery  of  value  rendered  at  hospital 

facilities  operated  by  the  Department  of  Public  Health,.   (Tax 

Collector) 

File  166-92-4,   Resolution  No.  813-92 


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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes;   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 
Recommendation  of  City  Service  Committee 

Adopted 

[Prop.  J  Children's  Services  Plan  Amendment] 

Resolution  amending  Resolution  No.  196-92,  approving  the  Prop.  J 
Children's  Services  Plan,  by  approving  an  amendment  to  the  plan,  as 
submitted  by  the  Library,  which  would  alter  the  plan  to  increase 
children's  access  to  library  services  by  extending  the  hours  of 
children's  services  at  various  library  locations  not  currently  open 
on  Saturdays  to  test  the  feasibility  of  Saturday  hours  for  children 
and  families,  and  by  increasing  recommended  allocations  for 
story-telling  and  the  circulation  of  reading  materials.  (Supervisors 
Achtenberg,  Kennedy,  Alioto,  Shelley) 

File  185-92-2,   Resolution  No.  817-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 
SPECIAL  ORDER  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held;  Closed 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  persons  interested  in  or  objecting  to  adopting 
regulations  governing  expenditures  of  monies  contributed  by  sponsors 
of  large-scale  office  and  hotel  developments  to  the  affordable  child 
care  fund. 

File  213-92-1 

The  following  persons  were  granted  privilege  of  the  floor: 

Eunice  Elton: 
Nancy  Kitz; 
E.  Dominquez; 
Dehnert  Queen; 
Jim  Kennedy; 
Yori  Wada. 


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Adopted  as  Amended 

[Adoption  of  Childcare  Fund  Regulations! 

Resolution  adopting  regulations  governing  expenditures  of  monies 
contributed  by  sponsors  of  large-scale  office  and  hotel  developments 
to  the  affordable  child  care  fund.   (Supervisors  Gonzalez, 
Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Hsieh,  Shelley) 

File  213-92-1,   Resolution  No.  816-92 

Supervisor  Achtenberg,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title  as  above. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy, Gonzalez ,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden  -  3. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 


The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons 

Dehnert  Queen; 
Johnny  King; 
Robert  Tocco. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
rith  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
:hese  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
►even  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 

Severed  from  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 

Supervisor  Maher  requested  that  the  following  measure  be  severed 
from  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar  and 
considered  separately. 

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Consideration  Continued 

[Voter  Registration] 

Resolution  authorizing  and  directing  Department  Heads  to  assign 
personnel  whose  duties  involve  regular  public  contact  to  become 
deputized  by  the  Registrar  of  Voters  for  the  purpose  of  encouraging 
and  conducting  voter  registration  as  a  public  service  during  regular 
working  hours,  and  urging  the  Registrar  of  Voters  to  provide  voter 
registration  materials.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Hsieh) 

File  60-92-10,   Resolution  No. 

(September  8,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  14,  1992.) 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  September  21,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden  -  4. 

The  Board  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following  items  on 
the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 

Adopted 

[Clean  Water  Month] 

Resolution  declaring  the  month  of  October  1992  as  Clean  Water 

Month.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  4-92-23,   Resolution  No.  797-92 

(September  8,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  14,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Pacific  Economic  Cooperation  Week] 

Resolution  declaring  the  week  of  September  21,  1992  Pacific  Economic 

Cooperation  Week.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  4-92-24,   Resolution  No.  798-92 

(September  8,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  14,  1992.) 

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Adopted. 


[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Ashbury 

Street,  for  a  street  fair.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  42-92-42,   Resolution  No.  802-92 

(Ashbury  Street,  between  Page  and  Haight  Streets,  on  Saturday, 
October  3,  1992  from  10:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m. 

(September  8,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  14,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden  -  4. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 


These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 


File  1-92-37 


Resolution  No.  796-92 


(Raymond  Baxter,  Director  of  Health,  October  15  -  17;  Barbara 
Cameron,  member.  Commission  on  the  Status  of  Women,  August  29  - 
September  7;  Gordon  Chin,  member.  Public  Utilities  Commission, 
September  12  -  13,  23  -  24,  25  and  September  30  -  October  1; 
Edward  A.  Chow,  member.  Health  Commission,  September  20  -  22; 
John  E.  Cribbs,  Director,  Department  of  Public  Works,  September 
13  -  16;  Bernard  Crotty,  member.  Commission  on  the  Aging, 
September  4  -  10;  Michael  Hardeman,  member.  Public  Utilities 
Commission,  September  8  -  9;  Michael  Huerta,  Director,  Port  of 


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San  Francisco,  September  16  -  26;  Karen  Kai,  member.  Human  Rights 
Commission,  October  6  -  15;  Edwin  Lee,  Director,  Human  Rights 
Commission,  July  25  -  31  and  September  16  -  23;  Eugene  Lumpkin, 
member.  Human  Rights  Commission,  September  3  -  8;  Victor  Makras, 
member.  Public  Utilities  Commission,  September  5-12  and  7  -  13; 
Lawrence  martin,  member.  Human  Rights  Commission,  September  8  - 
12;  Rudy  Nothenberg,  Chief  Administrative  Officer,  September  28  - 
29;  Juanita  Owens,  member.  Board  of  Permit  Appeals,  September  10 
-  25;  Rebecca  Castaneda,  member.  Health  Commission,  October  16  - 
26;  Barbara  Sklar,  member.  Art  Commission,  September  8  -  October 
18;  L.A.  Turpen,  Director  of  Airports,  September  4  -  12;  Douglas 
Wong,  President,  Port  Commission,  September  16  -  20;  James  Yee, 
member.  Film  and  Video  Arts  Commission,  September  8  -  11,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  item  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  was 
adopted  by  the  following  vote; 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Board 

(Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  McKinnon 
Avenue  between  Mendell  and  Lane  Streets  on  Saturday,  September  26, 
1992,  11:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.  for  "Family  Day"  block  party. 
(Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  September  21, 
1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-44 

Referred  to  Committee       ^ 

[GAIN  Program] 

Resolution  approving  and  authorizing  submission  of  1992-93  annual 
update  of  the  San  Francisco  plan  for  the  Greater  Avenues  for 
Independence  (GAIN)  Program  to  the  State  Department  of  Social 
Services.   (Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic  and 
Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  107-92-2 


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[Street  Artists] 

Resolution  designating  twelve  former  temporary  selling  spaces  on 
Market  Street,  south  side,  Sutter  and  Sansome  Streets,  and  three 
former  temporary  selling  spaces  on  Sutter  Street,  south  side,  at 
Market  Street,  as  permanent  (year-round)  selling  spaces  for  street 
artists  certified  by  the  Art  Commission.   (Supervisor  Hallinan 
presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  169-92-3 


Motion 


Referred  to  Board 

[Retirement  System  Audit] 

Motion  directing  the  Budget  Analyst  to  conduct  a  management  audit  of 
the  Retirement  System.   (Supervisors  Conroy  and  Hsieh  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  September  21,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  165-92-12 

Request  for  Hearings; 

File  97-92-54,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  legislation  that 
would  amend  the  Administrative  Code  Chapter  12D  to  include  trucking 
as  subcontracting  industry;  amending  Chapter  12D.9  which  requires 
every  Public  Works  contract  to  contain  language  for  the  utilization 
of  certified  Minority  Business  Enterprise/Women  Business  Enterprise 
(MBE/WBE)  trucking  firms  as  subcontractors,  and  to  set  contracting 
goal  for  the  use  of  MBE/WBE  trucking  firms  on  Public  Works 
projects.   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  100-92-6,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:  To  consider  a  review  of  the 
City's  General  Fund  expenditures  and  policy  on  the  use  of  city  owned 
employee  cars.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  205-92-3,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:  To  consider  a  "Voluntary 
Release"  program  for  employees  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  as  a  cost  saving  item  for  this  year's  revised  budget. 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  217-92-12,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:  To  consider  San  Francisco's 
urban  environment,  including  the  progress  in  implementing  the  litter 
abatement  program  adopted  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors,  proposals  to 
reduce  graffiti,  and  the  status  of  urban  forestry  in  San  Francisco. 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  253-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:  To  consider  implementing 
recommendations  of  the  Prevention  Focus  Group  in  the  Workers 
Compensation  Task  Force  report  dated  January  6,  1992;  specifically 
the  creation  of  an  office  of  Health  and  Safety,  with  "the  authority 
to  develop  and  issue  occupational  health  and  safety  policies". 
Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

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Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  a  letter  be  sent  to  the  Mayor  urging 
him  to  release  the  $750,000  from  the  baseline  children  services 
budget  to  ensure  immediate  implementation  of  the  Mayor's  Youth 
Employment  and  Education  Program  (MYEEP)  to  prevent  layoffs  from 
many  non-profit  agencies. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  the  City  Attorney  prepare  legislation 
amending  the  Administrative  Code  Sections  12D  and  12D.9  to  include 
trucking  as  subcontracting  industry;  amending  Chapter  12D.9  which 
requires  every  Public  Works  contract  to  contain  language  for  the 
utilization  of  certified  MBE/WBE  trucking  firms  as  subcontractors, 
and  to  set  contracting  goal  for  the  use  of  MBE/WBE  trucking  firms  on 
Public  Works  projects. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  a  letter  be  sent  to  the  Executive 
Director,  Parking  and  Traffic  Commission  inquiring  as  to  the  status 
of  parking  permits  at  the  William  R.  DeAvila  Elementary  School  and 
whether  or  not  it  is  possible  to  revise  the  number  of  parking 
permits  issued  from  "10"  to  meet  the  needs  of  the  staff  at  SFUSD 
school  sites. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  a  letter  be  sent  to  the  Mayor  seeking  an 
update  on  implementation  of  recommendations  contained  in  the  Workers 
Compensation  Task  Force  Report. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Amy  Roosevelt  (Supervisor  Britt) 
Hornell  Colton  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
Charlotte  C.  Hogan  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
George  Hayes  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  2-92-37 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
5:14  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


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N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


APR  1  9  1993 

Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  ___^ 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Monday,  September  21,  1992 


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BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  September  21,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:15  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  was  noted  present  at  2:16  p.m. 

Supervisor  Conroy  was  noted  present  at  2:17  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hallinan  was  noted  present  at  2:16  p.m. 

Supervisor  Kennedy  was  noted  present  at  2:16  p.m. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Severed  from  Consent  Calendar 

Supervisor  Kennedy  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  Consent  Calendar  and  considered  separately. 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Consideration  Continued 


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[Contracting  Out  City  SetvicesJ 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
uniformed  security  services  can  be  practically  performed  for  the 
Public  Utilities  Commission  by  a  private  contractor  for  a  lower  cost 
than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees. 
(Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  25-92-29,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  September  28,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  Consent  Calendar  and  considered  separately. 

Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  San  Francisco 
Taxpayers'  Association  against  the  Board  of  Supervisors  by  payment 
of  $50,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-46,   Ordinance  No.  298-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  901-018.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

The  Board  thereupon  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following 
items  on  the  Consent  Calendar. 


Consent  Calendar 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

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[Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  authorizing  the  Juvenile 
Probation  Department  to  charge  fees  for  certain  services  and 
documents.   (Juvenile  Probation  Department) 

File  97-92-50,   Ordinance  No.  302-92 

(Adds  Sections  8.36  and  8.36-1.) 

Finally  passed 


[Marine  Terminal  Agreement] 

Ordinance  approving  First  Amendment  to  Marine  Terminal  Agreement 
with  Evergreen  Marine  Corporation  allowing  a  fifty  percent  sharing 
of  demurrage  revenue.   (Port  Commission) 

File  173-9/  2,   Ordinance  No.  303-92 

Finally  passed. 

Adopted 

[Contracting  Out  City  Services] 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
maintenance  services  for  facilities  of  the  Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic  can  be  practically  performed  by  private  contractor  for  lower 
cost  than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County 
employees.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  25-92-30,   Resolution  No.  828-92 

Adopted. 

[Contracting  Out  City  Services] 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
security  services  for  facilities  of  the  Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic  can  be  practically  performed  by  private  contractor  for  lower 
cost  than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County 
employees.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  25-92-31,   Resolution  No.  829-92 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  LeBeauf,  et  al 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $13,000.   (City  Attorney) 

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File  45-92-47,   Ordinance  No.  299-92 
(Municipal  Court  No.  030-701.) 
Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  State  Compensation 
Insurance  Fund  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of 
$17,490.60.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-48,   Ordinance  No.  300-92 

(Superior  Court  Nos.  866-527,  896-074  and  921-128.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 
against  Anthony  Walker  and  Gary  Walker  for  $5,000  to  be  paid  to  the 
General  Fund.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-16,   Ordinance  No.  301-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  941-919.) 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendations  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Adopted 

[Stop  Intersections] 

Resolution  designating  certain  intersections  as  "Stop" 

Intersections.   (Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  18-92-11,   Resolution  No.  825-92 

(Stop  Signs  -  Establish 

Cambridge  and  Bacon  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  Bacon  Street  traffic- 
Tiffany  and  Valencia  Streets,  southwest  corner,  stopping  Tiffany 
Street  traffic; 

Broadmoor  and  Winston  Drives,  southeast  corner,  stopping 
Broadmoor  Drive   traffic; 

Denslowe  Drive  and  Holloway  Avenue,  southeast  corner,  stopping 
Denslowe  Drive  traffic; 


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Holloway  Avenue  and  Stratford  Drive,  northwest  corner,  stopping 
Stratford  Drive  traffic; 

Stonecrest  and  Winston  Drives,  northwest  corner,  stopping 
Stonecrest  Drive  traffic; 

Grove  and  Lyon  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  Grove  Street  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop); 

Grove  and  Central  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  Grove  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop); 

Burnett  Avenue  and  Gardenside  Drive,  northeast  and  southwest 
corners,  stopping  Burnett  Avenue  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way 
Stop); 

25th  and  Capp  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners,  stopping 
25th  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop); 

16th  Avenue  and  Anza  Street,  northwest  and  southeast  corners, 
stopping  16th  Avenue  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop); 

Broderick  and  Greenwich  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest 
corners,  stopping  Greenwich  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an 
all-way  Stop) ; 

Bosworth  and  Lyell  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  Bosworth  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop); 

Brook  Street  and  San  Jose  Avenue,  southeast  corner,  stopping 
Brook  Street  traffic; 

Williams  Avenue  and  Phelps  Street,  southeast  corner,  stopping 
Phelps  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

Adopted . 


[Parking  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  parking  regulations  on  various  streets. 

(Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  19-92-10,   Resolution  No.  826-92 

(Perpendicular  (90-degree  angle)  Parking  -  Establish 
Wisconsin  Street,  west  side,  between  22nd  and  Madera  Streets.) 

Adopted. 


[Traffic  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  traffic  regulations  on  various  streets 

(Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  20-92-11,   Resolution  No.  827-92 

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(Right  Turn  Only   -  Establish 
Brook  Street,  northbound,  at  San  Jose  Avenue. 

No  Left  Turn,  Except  Muni  -  Establish 
Church  Street,  southbound,  at  Market  Street. 

No  U-Turn  -  Establish 

Phelan  Avenue,  northbound,  at  San  Francisco  City  College 

driveway  (approximately  100  feet  north  of  Ocean  Avenue). 

Tow-Away  No  Stopping  7  AM  -  8  AM  Everyday  -  Establish 

4th  Street,  west  side,  98  feet  northerly  from  Howard  Street.) 

Adopted. 


[Parking  of  Vehicles] 

Resolution  extending  the  boundaries  of  Residential  Permit  Parking 

Area  "R"  in  the  Cleary  Court  area;  and  adding  to  the  list  of  streets 

upon  which  time  limitations  shall  apply.   (Department  of  Parking  and 

Traffic) 

File  40-92-6,   Resolution  No.  830-92 

Adopted. 


[Parking  of  Vehicles] 

Resolution  extending  the  boundaries  of  Residential  Permit  Parking 
Area  "D"  in  the  Glen  Park  area;  and  adding  Milton  Street,  between 
San  Jose  Avenue  and  Bosworth  Street,  both  sides,  to  the  list  of 
streets  upon  which  time  limitations  shall  apply.   (Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  40-92-7,   Resolution  No.  831-92 

Adopted. 


[Parking  of  Vehicles] 

Resolution  extending  the  boundaries  of  Residential  Permit  Parking 
Area  "O"  in  the  West  Portal/St.  Francis  Wood  area  and  adding  18th 
Avenue,  between  Santiago  and  Rivera  Streets,  both  sides,  to  the  list 
of  streets  upon  which  time  limitations  shall  apply.   (Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  40-92-8,   Resolution  No.  832-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendation  of  Joint  Economic  and  Social  Policy 
and  City  Services  Committee 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Pilot  Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program] 
((Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  establish  a  pilot  Disadvantaged  and 
High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program  that  would  coordinate  year-round 
disadvantaged  and  high  risk  youth  employment  services  in  the  City  of 
San  Francisco  for  youth  between  the  ages  16-25,  and  requesting  that 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  receive  on  July  1,  1993,  a  report 
describing  and  evaluating  the  success  of  the  City  in  establishing, 
funding  and  maintaining  a  Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth 
Employment  Program  during  fiscal  year  1992-93.))   (Supervisors 
Kennedy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley,  Conroy,  Hallinan, 
Migden) 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  establish  a  pilot  Disadvantaged  and 
High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program  that  would  coordinate  year-round 
disadvantaged  and  high  risk  youth  employment  services  in  the  City  of 
San  Francisco  for  youth  between  the  ages  16-25  and  requesting  that 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  receive  within  60  days  after  the  fiscal 
year  1992-93.  a  report  describing  and  evaluating  the  success  of  the 
City  in  establishing,  funding  and  maintaining  a  Disadvantaged  and 
High  Rish  Youth  Employment  Program  during  fiscal  year  1992-93. 

File  250-92-1,   Resolution  No.  856-92 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  entitled,  "Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to 
establish  a  pilot  Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth  Employment 
Program  that  would  coordinate  year-round  disadvantaged  and  high  risk 
youth  employment  services  in  the  City  of  San  Francisco  for  youth 
between  the  ages  16-25,  and  requesting  that  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
receive  on  July  1,  1993,  a  report  describing  and  evaluating  the 
success  of  the  City  in  establishing,  funding  and  maintaining  a 
Disadvantaged  and  High  Risk  Youth  Employment  Program  during  fiscal 
year  1992-93;  creating  a  Task  Force  on  Youth  Employment." 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy, Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 


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Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
amend  the  amendment  of  the  whole  by  amending  page  one,  line  six,  by 
replacing  "July  1,  1993"  with  "within  60  days  after  the  end  of 
fiscal  year  1992-1993";  and  on  page  three,  line  21,  replace  "July  1, 
1993"  with  "within  60  days  after  the  end  of  fiscal  year  1992-1993". 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
further  amend  page  four,  line  19,  by  adding  "Further  Resolved,  That 
the  Task  Force  on  Youth  Employment  come  up  with  guidelines  for  a 
Comprehensive  Youth  Employment  Program  within  60  days  of  its 
appointment . 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Tropical  Hardwoods  Contract  Language  Exemption] 
Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  which  requires  every 
contract  to  contain  a  statement  urging  companies  not  to  import, 
purchase,  obtain,  or  use  for  any  purposes,  any  tropical  hardwood  or 
tropical  hardwood  product  to  exclude  contracts  with  public  entities 
for  the  provision  of  water  or  power.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  97-92-51,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  121.5.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:*  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 


Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Tropical  Hardwoods  Waiver) 

Ordinance  authorizing  execution  of  the  contract  for  the  conveyance 
of  water  from  the  1992  California  Drought  Emergency  Water  Bank; 
authorizing  execution  of  the  agreement  for  wheeling  exchange  water 


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from  San  Luis  Reservoir  to  City  of  San  Francisco;  and  waiving 
requirement  of  Section  121.5(b)  of  the  Administrative  Code  that 
every  contract  shall  contain  a  statement  urging  companies  not  to  use 
tropical  hardwoods  or  tropical  hardwood  products.   (Supervisor 
Migden) 

File  172-92-11,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


Adopted 

[Household  Hazardous  Waste  Grant] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  apply  for 
up  to  $95,000  in  Household  Hazardous  Waste  Grant  funding  from  the 
California  Integrated  Waste  Management  Board  (CIWMB) ;  waiving 
indirect  costs.   (Chief  Administrative  Officer) 

File  133-92-3,   Resolution  No.  834-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  apply 

for,  retroactively,  $1,341,000  from  the  Transportation  Fund  for 

clean  air  in  the  Bay  Area  for  programs  and  projects  to  reduce  air 

pollution  from  motor  vehicles;  waiving  indirect  costs.   (Supervisor 

Britt) 

File  133-92-4,   Resolution  No.  835-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Grant  -  State  Fund] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 

Public  Health  Services,  to  apply  for  a  grant  of  $630,399,  which 

includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $30,580,  based  on  twenty 


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percent  of  salaries  from  the  Federal  Bureau  of  Health  Care  Delivery 
Assistance,  for  linked  primary  care  and  substance  abuse  services; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department 
of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-66,   Resolution  No.  836-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote; 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Contract] 

Resolution  approving  the  contract  between  the  Department  of  Public 
Health,  and  Health  Management  Systems,  Inc.,  to  provide  retroactive 
claims  reprocessing  services;  ratifying  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  172-92-12,   Resolution  No.  837-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Contract] 

Resolution  approving  the  modification  of  the  contract  between  the 

Department  of  Public  Health  and  HHL  Financial  Services,  Inc.,  to 

provide  uncompensated  care  recovery  services.   (Department  of  Public 

Health) 

File  172-92-13,   Resolution  No.  838-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1.  x 

Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 
Adopted 


[Permit) 

Resolution  granting  revocable  permission  to  San  Francisco 


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Redevelopment  Agency  (Yecba  Buena  Center)  to  construct  two 
pedestrian  bridge  columns  on  the  south  side  of  Howard  Street 
approximately  216  feet  east  of  Fourth  Street  fronting  747  Howard 
Street  (Block  3734,  Lot  91);  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City 
Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  10-92-3,   Resolution  No.  823-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 


[Permit] 

Resolution  granting  revocable  permission  to  San  Francisco 
Redevelopment  Agency  to  construct  a  median  island  and  irrigation 
pipe  crossing  on  Mission  Street  between  Third  and  Fourth  Streets; 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  10-92-4,   Resolution  No.  824-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 


[Ohlone  Way  -  Official  Street] 

Resolution  approving  the  designation  of  an  unnamed  street  in  the 
Glen  Park  area  of  San  Francisco  to  be  officially  named  "Ohlone 
Way".   (Supervisor  Maher) 

File  75-92-1,   Resolution  No.  853-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


[San  Francisco  Estuary  Project] 

Resolution  acknowledging  the  importance  of  the  San  Francisco  Estuary 
Project,  and  encouraging  all  interested  members  of  the  environmental 
community  to  attend  the  September  24,  1992  hearing,  at  Fort  Mason, 
on  the  details  of  the  draft  Comprehensive  Conservation  and 
Management  Plan  for  the  project,  and  to  comment  on  the  draft  plan. 
(Supervisors  Shelley,  Achtenberg,  Hsieh,  Migden) 

File  256-92-1,   Resolution  No.  839-92 

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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Briones  Plaque  at  Washington  Square  Park] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Recreation  and  Park 
Coiranission  to  reconsider  the  placement  of  a  plaque  in  Washington 
Square  Park  to  honor  Juana  Briones,  the  preeminent  woman  of  the 
Hispanic  period  of  California  History.   (Supervisors  Gonzalez, 
Achtenberg,  Hsieh) 

File  289-92-1,   Resolution  No.  840-92 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title  as  above. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


SPECIAL  ORDER  3:00  P.M. 


Hearing  Held 

(Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  all  persons  interested  in  the  recommendation  of  the 
Public  Utilities  Commission  for  abandonment  of  express  portion  of 
Municipal  Railway  Line  48-Quintara/24th  Street  known  as  "The 
Fountain  Loop". 

File  7-92-6 

(Proposed  abandonment  is  as  follows:  Hoffman  Avenue  between  24th 
and  25th  Streets,  25th  Street,  Fountain  Street  and  24th  Street 
between  Fountain  and  Hoffman.) 

The  President  inquired  if  there  was  anyone  present  desiring  to 
speak. 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Jerry  Reagan; 
Barbara  Kushman; 
Consuelo  Perez. 

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From  Public  Utilities  Commission 

Adopted 

(Only  one  of  the  following  two  motions  should  be  adopted.) 

[Public  Transportation] 

Resolution  approving  partial  discontinuance  of  service  on  portion  of 
Municipal  Railway  Line  48-Quintara/24th  Street  known  as  "The 
Fountain  Loop" . 

File  7-92-6,   Resolution  No.  822-92 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  adoption, 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Tabled 

[Public  Transportation] 

Resolution  disapproving  partial  discontinuance  of  service  on  portion 
of  Municipal  Railway  Line  48-Quintara/24th  Street  known  as  "The 
Founta  i  n  Loop" . 

File  7-92-6.1,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  moved  to 
table. 

Tabled  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons; 

Eugene  Gordon; 
Geraldine  Johnson; 
Dehnert  Queen; 
Rodney  Talovich. 

There  being  no  one  else  present  wishing  to  speak,  the  President 
declared  the  public  comment  portion  of  the  meeting  closed. 


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FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required 

(The  following  three  items  were  considered  separately.) 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Voter  Registration] 

Resolution  authorizing  and  directing  Department  Heads  to  assign 
personnel  whose  duties  involve  regular  public  contact  to  become 
deputized  by  the  Registrar  of  Voters  for  the  purpose  of  encouraging 
and  conducting  voter  registration  as  a  public  service  during  regular 
working  hours,  and  urging  the  Registrar  of  Voters  to  provide  voter 
registration  materials.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Migden) 

File  60-92-10,   Resolution  No. 

At  the  request  of  Supervisor  Maher,  referred  to  Administration 
and  Oversight  Committee. 

Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  McKinnon 

Avenue  for  "Family  Day"  block  party.   (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  42-92-44,   Resolution  No.  833-92 

(McKinnon  Avenue  between  Mendel  1  and  Lane  Streets  on  Saturday, 
September  26,  1992,  11:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.) 

(September  14,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  21,  1992.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Retirement  System  Audit] 

Motion  directing  the  Budget  Analyst  to  conduct  a  management  audit  of 

the  Retirement  System.   (Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Migden) 

File  165-92-12 


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(September  14,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
September  21,  1992.) 

At  the  request  of  Supervisor  Maher,  referred  to  Administration 
and  Committee. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-38,   Resolution  No.  819-92 

(Willie  B.  Kennedy,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  September  18  - 
20;  Anne  Halsted,  member.  Port  Commission,  September  16  -  19; 
James  K.  Ho,,  member.  Airports  Commission,  September  13  -  October 
1;  Michael  P.  Huerta,  Executive  Director,  Port  of  San  Francisco, 
September  16  -  26;  Patrick  A.  Murphy,  President,  Airports 
Commission,  September  15  -  17,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
ca  lendar . ) 


Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Hampshire 
Street  between  17th  Street  and  Franklin  Park  Parking  Lot  on 
Saturday,  October  3,  1992  from  10:00  a.m.  until  Saturday,  October  4 
1992  at  6:00  p.m.  for  SGI  USA  Festival. 

File  42-92-47,   Resolution  No.  820-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Varennes 


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Street  between  Union  and  Green  Streets  on  Tuesday,  September  22, 
1992  from  7:00  a.m.  until  10:00  p.m.  for  the  filming  of  a  motion 
picture  by  Committed  Pictures. 

File  42-92-48,   Resolution  No.  821-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Federal  Funding] 

Resolution  approving  a  1992-1993  expenditure  plan  for  Refugee 
Employment  Social  Services  funds  and  authorizing  the  President  of 
the  Private  Industry  Council  of  San  Francisco,  Inc.  to  sign,  enter 
into,  and  execute  the  State  Contract. 

File  156-92-3,   Resolution  No.  818-92 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


EMERGENCY  CALENDAR 

Finally  Passed 

(St.  Mary's  Square  Garage] 

Ordinance  authorizing  the  Parking  Authority  to  award  an  interim, 
temporary  operating  agreement  for  operation  of  the  St.  Mary's  Square 
Garage  until  such  time  as  a  public  biding  procedure  for  the 
long-term  operation  of  such  garage  is  completed;  an  emergency 
measure.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  47-92-6,   Ordinance  No.  297-92 

(Pursuant  to  Charter  Section  2.300,  this  item  requires  nine 
votes  for  passage.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


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ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Illegal  Unit  Amnesty] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  II,  Chapter  of  the  San  Francisco  Municipal 
Code  (City  Planning)  by  adding  Section  207.3  to  establish  a  24-month 
amnesty  period  within  which  one  dwelling  unit  in  addition  to  those 
permitted  in  any  RH-2,  RH-3,  RM,  RC,  NC,  C  or  mixed  use  zoning 
district  (which  unit  was  constructed  prior  to  January  1,  1992 
without  benefit  of  permit)  may  be  legalized,  by  amending  Section  161 
to  exempt  legalized  units  from  the  parking  requirements,  and  by 
adding  Section  369  to  impose  a  registration  penalty;  amending 
Article  37  of  the  San  Francisco  Administrative  Code  (Residential 
Rent  Stabilization  and  Arbitration  Ordinance)  by  amending  Section 
37,2  to  make  all  legalized  units  subject  to  Rent  Board  jurisdiction; 
amending  Part  II,  Chapter  XII  of  the  San  Francisco  Municipal  Code 
(Housing  Code)  by  amending  Section  503  to  provide  that  ceiling 
heights  for  legalized  units  are  only  required  to  meet  the  minimum 
requirements  mandated  by  State  law;  amending  Part  II,  Chapter  I  of 
the  San  Francisco  Municipal  Code  (Building  Code)  by  adding  Section 
109  to  allow  for  exemptions  from  certain  code  requirements,  amending 
Section  202  to  provide  that  if  a  density  violation  is  discovered 
after  the  expiration  of  the  amnesty  period  the  property  owner  shall 
be  liable  for  the  full  costs  incurred  by  the  City  in  detecting  and 
abating  the  violation,  and  amending  Section  332.3  to  exempt  units 
legalized  during  the  amnesty  period  from  payment  of  the  work  without 
permit  investigation  fee;  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  Planning 
Code  Section  101.1.   (Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to 
Finance  Committee. 

File  115-92-12 


Referred  to  Board 

[State  Ballot  Measure] 

Resolution  opposing  Proposition  166  revising  the  State's  health  care 
system.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board 
September  28,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar, 

File  12-92-39 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Telegraph 
Hill  Boulevard  east  of  Grant  Avenue  on  Monday,  October  12,  1992  for 
the  Columbus  Day  Celebration  in  the  parking  area  of  Coit  Tower. 
(Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  September  28, 
1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-45 


Monday,  September  21,  1992 


[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Missouri 
Street  between  19th  and  20th  Streets  on  Saturday,  October  17,  1992 
from  9:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.  for  Fourth  Annual  Potrero  Hill 
Festival.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board 
September  28,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 

File  42-92-46 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Groundlease  of  Redevelopment  Agency  Land] 

Resolution  approving  the  Redevelopment  Agency  of  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco's  lease  of  the  land  at  Assessor's  Block  3726,  Lots 
13  and  15,  commonly  known  as  1028  Howard  Street,  to  1028  Howard 
Street  Associates,  a  California  Limited  Partnership  for  99  years  for 
the  purpose  of  developing  a  housing  project  for  very  low  and  low 
income  households.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to 
Finance  Committee  with  request  that  it  be  considered  at  the  October 
7,  1992  meeting. 

File  161-92-6 


Referred  to  Board 

[Renaming  Civic  Auditorium] 

Resolution  renaming  the  Civic  Auditorium  to  Bill  Graham  Auditorium 
(Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  September  28, 
1992  For  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar. 

File  259-92-1 


Referred  to  Committee 

(Removal  of  Funds  from  Bank  of  America] 

Resolution  urging  the  transfer  of  two  city  remittance  banking 
accounts  from  the  Bank  of  America,  urging  the  transfer  of  City 
revolving  banking  accounts  from  the  Bank  of  America,  urging  that 
Bank  of  America  not  be  used  for  the  City's  proposed  direct  payroll 
deposit  program,  and  urging  all  officers  and  employees  of  the  City 
and  County  when  given  the  opportunity  to  utilize  the  services  of  a 
financial  institution  for  the  City  to  consider  the  use  of  "      ' ' 
institutions  other  than  the  Bank  of  America.   (Supervisor 
presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 


f  inancia 1 
Achtenberg 


File  260-92-1 


Referred  to  Board 

[Heritage  Foundation] 

Resolution  encouraging  the  efforts  of  the  Foundation  for 

architectural  heritage  to  survey  San  Francisco's  Structures. 


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Monday,  September  21,  1992 


(Supervisor  Maher  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  September  28,  1992 
For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  261-92-1 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Saint  Francis  of  Assisi  Church] 

Resolution  urging  preservation  of  the  Saint  Francis  of  Assisi 
Church.   (Supervisor  Alioto  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic  and 
Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  262-92-1 


Request  for  Hearing; 

File  127-92-8,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:   To  consider  legislation 
amending  Part  III  of  the  San  Francisco  Municipal  Code  by  adding 
Section  502.7  in  order  to  increase  the  City's  Hotel  Tax  rate  by  one 
and  a  half  percent  from  11  to  12.5  percent  by  imposing  a  1.5  percent 
surcharge.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be 
considered  at  the  September  30,  1992  budget  meeting. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-55.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Patricia  F.,  et  al.,  against  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-56.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Kwok-Keung  Yan  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  46-92-19.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  v.  Frederick  C. 

[Kracke;  companion  measure  to  File  38-92-24.   (City  Attorney) 

'Administration  and  Oversight 

File  114-92-7,   [Earthquake  Safety  Program]  Amending  Building  Code, 
by  amending  Section  104(b)  to  provide  that  where  a  building  permit 
application  is  filed  on  or  after  January  1,  1992  to  repair  a 
LCity-owned  building  under  the  Bond-Funded  Public  Safety  Improvement 
fProjects,  the  building's  existing  electrical,  plumbing,  mechanical, 
fire  protection  or  life-safety  systems  are  not  required  to  comply 
with  this  code  if  the  system  complies  with  the  code  in  effect  at  the 
time  of  its  construction  or  installation,  the  system  is  safe  to 
continue  to  operate,  and  the  system  is  not  relocated,  altered  for 
reuse,  or  expanded.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   Economic  and 
|Social  Policy 


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Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  10-92-6.   [Permit]  Granting  revocable  permission  to  Kaiser 
Foundation  Hospital  to  realign  the  curb,  construct  a  plaza  and  other 
related  street  improvements  at  the  southwest  corner  of  Geary 
Boulevard  and  St.  Joseph's  Avenue  fronting  2425  Geary  Boulevard 
(Assessor's  Block  1095,  Lot  19);  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to 
City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 
City  Services 

File  28-92-10.   [Emergency  Repair]  Authorizing  the  Director  of  the 
Department  of  Public  Works  to  take  necessary  measures  to  protect  the 
health,  welfare  and  property  of  the  citizens  of  San  Francisco  by 
performing  the  necessary  work  to  replace  the  damaged  sanitary  line 
serving  the  San  Francisco  Zoo's  Terrace  Cafe.   (Department  of  Public 
Works)   Finance 

File  35-92-1.   [Map  Approval  -  Street  Dedication]  Approving  map 
showing  the  widening  of  various  streets  in  the  "The  Embarcadero 
Corridor  Reconstruction  Project  Area";  declaring  it  to  be  open 
public  street  dedicated  to  public  use;  and  making  findings  pursuant 
to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 
City  Services 

File  38-92-24.   [Acceptance  of  Gift]  Accepting  a  g-ift  of  calligraphy 
donated  by  Frederick  C.  Kracke  and  Florence  Phillips  to  be  retained 
by  the  San  Francisco  Public  Library;  companion  measure  to  File 
46-92-19.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  47-92-5.1.   [Reject/Award  Management  Bid]  Rejecting  bid  of  B. 
L.  Hom  Corporation  in  response  for  bids  for  management  contract  at 
Polk/Bush  Garage  and  awarding  said  bid  to  City  Parking  as  the 
lowest,  responsive  and  responsible  bidder.   (Real  Estate 
Department)   Finance 

File  64-92-23.   [Lease  of  Property]  Authorizing  lease  of  real 
property  from  the  Department  of  the  Navy  for  use  by  the  Police 
Department,  Narcotics  Division  (warehouse  space  in  Building  128  at 
Hunters  Point  Annex)  for  storage  of  confiscated  automobiles.   (Real 
Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  89-92-17.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  9765  Assistant  to  Chief  Administrative  Officer  VI 
in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Employee  Relations 
Division)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  89-92-18.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  5297  Planner  V  (Zoning)  in  the  State  Disability 
Insurance  Program.   (Employee  Relations  Division)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  89-92-19.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  8155  Chief,  Bureau  of  Investigation  and  Claims 
Administration,  Office  of  the  City  Attorney  in  the  State  Disability 
Insurance  Program.   (Employee  Relations  Division)   Administration 
and  Oversight 


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Monday,  September  21,  1992 


File  146-92-26.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the 
Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a 
continuation  grant  of  $470,440,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of 
$39,291,  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  to  continue  funding  the  evaluation  and  enhancement  of 
HIV/AIDS  Prevention  Street  and  Community  Outreach  Programs  that 
serve  youth  in  high-risk  situations  project  (also  known  as  the  Youth 
Scope  Project);  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously 
taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-41.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the 
Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a 
continuation  grant  of  $1,444,565,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in 
the  amount  of  $158,044  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs, 
from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for 
Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  the  Epidemiologic  Research 
Studies  of  the  Natural  History  of  HIV/AIDS  and  HIV  Incidence  in 
Homosexual/Bisexual  Men  Recruited  from  the  San  Francisco  Sexually 
Transmitted  Disease  Clinic  (formerly  known  as  the  Epidemiologic 
Study  of  the  Natural  History  of  HIV/AIDS  in  Homosexual/Bisexual  Men 
Previously  Enrolled  in  Studies  of  Hepatitis  B  Infection). 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-67.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of  Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control, 
Division  of  Tuberculosis  Control,  to  apply  for  a  grant  of 
$2,453,034,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $244,869 
based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries,  from  the  Department  of  Health 
and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease  Control,  for  the 
continuation  of  the  following  programs;  Tuberculosis  Prevention  and 
Control/Elimination,  and  the  HIV  Related  TB  Prevention  Program. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-68.   [Grant  -  Private  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Homeless  Program,  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend 
a  grant  of  $100,000,  from  Comic  Relief,  for  health  services  for 
homeless;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken; 
waiving  indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  203-92-1.   [Acceptance  of  Deed]  Authorizing  acceptance  of  a 
deed  from  Progress  Seven,  Inc.  of  Lot  5  (portion)  in  Assessor's 
Block  4711  public  roadway  purposes  and  finding  such  action  is  in 
conformity  with  the  Master  Plan.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

Reguests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  reguests: 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  the  City  Attorney  draft  the  appropriate 
legislation  to  rename  the  Civic  Auditorium  to  Bill  Graham 
Auditorium.   (File  259-92-1  to  be  considered  September  28,  1992  For 
Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar.) 


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Monday,  September  21,  1992 


By  Supervisor  Migden,  that  the  City  Attorney  draft  appropriate 
legislation  for  introduction  in  the  California  State  Legislature 
which  would  authorize  a  pilot  program  establishing  an/or  Bail 
Commissioner  in  San  Francisco. 


Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Leon  J.  Davis  (Supervisor  Britt) 

Ron  Lee  (Supervisor  Britt) 

Tony  Lee  Lindsay  (Supervisors  Britt,  Migden,  Achtenberg) 

Edward  Cook  Lumpkin  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

Alfred  Goldberg  (Supervisor  Hsieh) 

Daniel  R.  Keenan  (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

Coulter  Thomas   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

Bob  Walker  (Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Migden) 

File  2-92-38 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
3:32  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


H.B.      This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Mofiddy,    Sep^ember    21,    1992 


APR  1  9  1993 

Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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SAN  FRANCiSCO 
PUBUC  UBBARY 

Monday,  September  28,  1992 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday/  September  28,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:11  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll/  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  AliotO/  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan/  Hsieh, 
Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  excused  from  attendance.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Kennedy  was  noted  present  at  2:14  p.m. 

Supervisor  Maher  was  noted  present  at  2:13  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  was  noted  present  at  2:12  p.m. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Achtenberg  requested  to  be 
excused  from  attending  today's  meeting  because  it  is  Rosh  Hashana. 

Supervisor  Hsieh/  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
excuse  Supervisor  Achtenberg  from  attendance. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 


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COMMUNICATIONS 


Date  of  Public  Hearing  Fixed 

The  Clerk  presented  a  communication,  dated  September  28,  1992, 
from  the  Department  of  Public  Health  requesting  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  schedule  the  Bielenson  hearing,  pursuant  to  Health  and 
Safety  Code  Section  1442,5,  concerning  proposed  reductions  in 
medical  services  for  fiscal  year  1992-93,  on  October  13,  1992  at 
3:00  p.m. 

File  30-92-9 

No  objection  and  Clerk  directed  to  comply. 

Presentation  of  Report  by  Mayor  Postponed 

The  Clerk  presented  a  communication,  dated  September  24,  1992, 
from  his  Honor,  the  Mayor,  requesting  that  the  time  for  presentation 
of  the  report  on  the  condition  of  the  affairs  of  the  City  and  County 
be  extended  from  October  5,  1992  to  October  19,  1992  at  2:00  p.m. 

File  88-92-1 

No  objection  and  request  granted. 

Presentation  of  Guests 

Supervisor  Maher  introduced  and  welcomed  Mr.  Alexander  Shvezov, 
one  of  several  delegates  from  St.  Petersburg,  Russia,  who  are 
visiting  our  City  to  observe  and  learn  about  city  government. 

Privilege  of  the  Floor 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  introduced  and  welcomed  a  delegation  of 
Guatamalean  peace  negotiators  and  moved,  seconded  by  Supervisor 
Kennedy,  to  suspend  Rule  2.21  of  the  Rules  of  Order  of  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  to  grant  privilege  of  the  floor  to  Consul  General 
Delores  and  to  present  letters  of  commendation  to  the  members  of  the 
delegation. 

No  objection  and  privilege  of  the  floor  was  extended  to  the 
Consul  General  and  presentations  made. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 
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[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Juanita  Gittins 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $6,500.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-50,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  936-186.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Minerva  Martin,  et 

al.,  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $10,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-51,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  887-405.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Albert  Rubino 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-52,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  No.  069-293.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Patrick  Michael 

Barnette  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $15,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-53,   Ordinance  No. 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C91-1894  WHO.) 
Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation  and  Concession  Lease  Approval] 
Ordinance  approving  settlement  agreement  and  approving  a  two-year 
lease  with  Pon  and  Horn,  Incorporated,  to  operate  a  snack  bar 
concession  at  the  music  concourse  in  Golden  Gate  Park,  San 
Francisco,  California.   (Recreation  and  Park  Department) 

File  45-92-54,   Ordinance  No. 


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(Superior  Court  No.  927-831.) 
Passed  for  second  reading. 

Recommendations  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Adopted 

[Stop  Intersections] 

Resolution  designating  certain  intersections  as  "Stop- 
intersections.   (Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  18-92-12,   Resolution  No.  846-92 

(Stop  Signs  -  Establish 
26th  and  Sanchez  Streets,  northwest  and  southeast  corners, 
stopping  Sanchez  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

34th  Avenue  and  Irving  Street,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  Irving  Street  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

Ocean  Avenue  and  Clearfield  Drive,  northeast  and  southwest 
corners,  stopping  Ocean  Avenue  traffic  (makes  this  an  all-way 
Stop). 

Adopted. 


(Parking  Regulation] 

Resolution  enacting  parking  regulations  on  Great  Highway. 

(Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  19-92-12,   Resolution  No.  847-92 

(Tow-Away,  No  Parking  Anytime  -  Establish 

Great  Highway,  both  sides,  between  Fulton  Street  and  Sloat 

Boulevard. ) 

Adopted. 


(Traffic  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  traffic  regulations  on  various  streets. 

(Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  20-92-12,   Resolution  No.  848-92 

(No  Turn  On  Red  -  Establish 
4th  Street,  southbound,  at  Howard  Street. 
Howard  Street,  westbound,  at  4th  Street. 

Green  Zone.  9  am  -  4  pm,  6  pm  -  9  pm  -  Extend  Hours 

1400  Guerrero  Street,  from  3  feet  to  28  feet  south  of  26th 

Street  (25-£oot  zone,  currently  9  am  -  4  pm) . 

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Green  Zone  9  am  -  9  pm  -  Extend  Hours 

500  Kirkham  Street,  from  12  feet  to  79  feet  west  of  9th  Avenue 

(67-foot  zone,  currently  9  am  -  6  pm) . 

Green  Zone,  7  am  -  7  pm  -  Extend  Hours 

2723  Van  Ness  Avenue,  from  131  feet  to  169  feet  south  of  Lombard 

Street  (38-foot  zone,  currently  9  am  -  6  pm) . 

Green  Zone,  8  am  -  12  midnight  -  Extend  Hours 

Florida  Street,  west  side,  22  feet  south  from  Precita  Avenue 

(22-foot  zone,  currently  9  am  -  6  pm) . 

Tow-Away,  No  Stopping  Anytime  -  Establish 

Pacific  Avenue,  north  side,  22  feet  westerly  from  Sansome  Street 

(22-foot  zone)  . 

Powell  Street,  east  side,  20  feet  northerly  from  Broadway 

(20-foot  zone)  . 

Bosworth  Street,  north  side,  from  40  feet  east  of  Lyell  Street 

to  120  feet  west  of  Lyell  Street  (160-foot  zone). 

7th  Street,  west  side,  110  feet  northerly  from  Bryant  Street 

(110-foot  zone)  . ) 

Adopted. 


[Parking  of  Vehicles] 

Resolution  extending  the  boundaries  of  Residential  Permit  Parking 
Area  "P"  in  the  Anza  Vista/Beideman  area;  and  adding  Fulton  Street 
between  Central  Avenue  and  Lyon  Street,  both  sides  to  the  list  of 
streets  upon  which  time  limitations  shall  apply.   (Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  40-92-9,   Resolution  No.  849-92 

Adopted. 


[Parking  of  Vehicles] 

Resolution  extending  the  boundaries  of  Residential  Permit  Parking 

Area  "H"  in  the  Lakeside  area;  and  adding  19th  Avenue,  between  Ocean 

Avenue  and  Sloat  Boulevard,  east  side,  to  the  list  of  streets  upon 

which  time  limitations  shall  apply.   (Department  of  Parking  and 

Traffic) 

File  40-92-10,   Resolution  No.  850-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

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REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 


Finally  Passed 

[Tropical  Hardwoods  Contract  Language  Exemption] 
Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  which  requires  every 
contract  to  contain  a  statement  urging  companies  not  to  import, 
purchase,  obtain,  or  use  for  any  purposes,  any  tropical  hardwood  or 
tropical  hardwood  product  to  exclude  contracts  with  public  entities 
for  the  provision  of  water  or  power.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  97-92-51,   Ordinance  No.  304-92 

(Amends  Section  121.5.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


(Tropical  Hardwoods  Waiver] 

Ordinance  authorizing  execution  of  the  contract  for  the  conveyance 
of  water  from  the  1992  California  Drought  Emergency  Water  Bank; 
authorizing  execution  of  the  agreement  for  wheeling  exchange  water 
from  San  Luis  Reservoir  to  City  of  San  Francisco;  and  waiving 
requirement  of  Section  121.5(b)  of  the  Administrative  Code  that 
every  contract  shall  contain  a  statement  urging  companies  not  to  use 
tropical  hardwoods  or  tropical  hardwood  products.   (Supervisor 
Migden) 

File  172-92-11,   Ordinance  No.  305-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

Consideration  Continued 

(Contracting  Out  City  Services) 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
uniformed  security  services  can  be  practically  performed  for  the 
Public  Utilities  Commission  by  a  private  contractor  for  a  lower  cost 
than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees. 
(Public  Utilities  Commission) 

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File  25-92-29,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  October  13,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan  -  3. 


RequeiSft  granted 

Supervisor  Kennedy  requested  that  letter  be  sent  to  the 
Director,  Purchasing  Department,  advising  him  that  the  Board 
continued  the  above  item  to  October  13,  1992  and  requests  his 
presence  to  answer  some  questions  about  the  bids  submitted  and  the 
basis  for  selection. 

No  objection  and  Clerk  directed  to  comply. 

Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Rereferred  to  Committee 

[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Assessment  Appeals  Board. 

(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-30,   Resolution  No. 

(Thomas  P.  Brady,  vice  himself,  regular  member,  term  expired, 
for  three-year  term  ending  September  7,  1995.) 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
rerefer  to  Committee. 

Motion  to  rerefer  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan  -  3. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 


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Passed  foi  Second  Reading 

[Conflict  of  Interest  Code] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  as  required  each  two  years 

by  State  law,  to  delete  various  obsolete  positions  and  to  add 

various  new  positions,  and  to  make  other  technical  changes.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  97-92-53,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Chapter  58  (Conflict  of  Interest  Code),  Sections  58.3, 
58.4,  58.115,  58.120,  58.135,  58.145,  58.155,  58.165,  58.177, 
58.180,  58.190,  58.195,  58.207,  58.210,  58.220,  58.280,  58.285, 
58.290,  58.310,  38.325,  58.330,  58.335,  58.345,  58.350,  58.355, 
58.365,  58.375,  58.385,  58.390.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Hazardous  Materials  Advisory 

Committee.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-27.2,   Resolution  No.  854-92 

(Alice  Glasner,  Department  of  City  Planning,  vice  Dan  Sullivan, 
retired,  for  unexpired  portion  of  four-year  term  ending  July  1, 
1994; 

Jeremiah  Motak,  small  business,  vice  himself,  term  expired,  for 
four-year  term  ending  July  1,  1996; 

Greg  Holzman,  open  slot,  vice  Michael  Schneider,  term  expired, 
for  four-year  term  ending  July  1,  1996; 

C.  Jeffrey  Bramlett,  industry,  vice  Dede  Hapner,  resigned,  for 
unexpired  portion  of  four-year  term  ending  July  1,  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  City-Wide  Alcoholism  Advisory 

Board.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-29.4,   Resolution  No.  855-92 

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(Robert  Strand,  vice  himself,  term  expired,  for  the  three-year 
term  ending  July  1,  1995.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Grand  Jury  Recommendations] 

Motion  directing  the  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  to  submit 
comments  on  the  recommendations  of  the  1991-92  Civil  Grand  Jury  to 
the  Presiding  Judge  of  the  Superior  Court  who  empaneled  that  Civil 
Grand  Jury.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  39-92-1 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Bcitt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Van  Ness  Avenue  Special  Use  District] 

Ordinance  amending  the  City  Planning  Code,  Van  Ness  Avenue  Special 
Use  District,  to  permit  awnings,  canopies  and  marquees.   (City 
Planning  Department) 

File  115-92-10,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  243.) 

(Approved  by  City  Planning  Commission  Resolution  No.  13320.) 
(General  Rule  Exclusion  from  Environmental  Impact  Review.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 
The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons 

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Dehnert  Queen; 
Robert  Butler. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required 

Severed  from  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 

Supervisor  Hallinan  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 
and  considered  separately. 

Consideration  Continued 

[State  Ballot  Measure] 

Resolution  opposing  Proposition  166  revising  the  State's  health  care 

system.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  12-92-39,   Resolution  No. 

(September  21,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
September  28,  1992.) 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  October  5,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Naher«  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy  -  3. 

The  Board  thereupon  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following 
items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 


For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 
Adopted 

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[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Telegraph 
Hill  Boulevard  for  the  Columbus  Day  Celebration  in  the  parking  area 
of  Coit  Tower.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  42-92-45,   Resolution  No.  851-92 

(Telegraph  Hill  Boulevard  east  of  Grant  Avenue  on  Monday, 
October  12,  1992.) 

(September  21,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
September  28,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Missouri 

Street  for  the  Fourth  Annual  Potrero  Hill  Festival.   (Supervisor 

Shelley) 

File  42-92-46,   Resolution  No.  852-92 

(Missouri  Street  between  19th  and  20th  Streets  on  Saturday, 
October  17,  1992  from  9:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.) 

(September  21,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
September  28,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Heritage  Foundation] 

Resolution  encouraging  the  efforts  of  the  Foundation  for 
Architectural  Heritage  to  survey  San  Francisco's  structures. 
(Supervisor  Maher) 

File  261-92-1,   Resolution  No.  857-92 

(September  21,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
September  28,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Condominium  Project] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  2101  Beach  Street,  a  condominium 
project,  being  a  resubdivision  of  Lot  1,  in  Assessor's  Block  919, 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101. 1 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-22 

(September  21,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
September  28,  1992.) 

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Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Severed  from  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar 

On  advice  of  the  City  Attorney,  the  Clerk  requested  that  the 
following  measure  be  severed  from  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar 
and  considered  separately  because  this  item  requires  that  an 
ordinance  be  enacted.   (See  infra.) 

Tabled 

[Renaming  Civic  Auditorium] 

Resolution  renaming  the  Civic  Auditorium  to  Bill  Graham  Auditorium. 

(Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  259-92-1,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  to  table. 

Tabled  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

The  Board  thereupon  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following 
items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar. 

Immediate  Adoption  Calendar 

Adopted 


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[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-39,   Resolution  No.  841-92 

(Mayor  Frank  M.  Jordan,  September  23  -  October  3;  Bill  Maher, 
member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  October  19;  Mary  E.  Burns,  General 
Manager,  Recreation  and  Park  Department,  October  12  -  19;  Julia 
Campbell,  member.  Commission  on  the  Aging,  December  4  -  14; 
Thomas  J.  Elzey,  General  Manager,  Public  Utilities  Commission, 
September  24  -  26;  James  K.  Ho,  member.  Airports  Commission, 
September  13  -  October  1;  Lee  Ann  Monfredini,  member.  Commission 
on  the  Aging,  September  19  -  26;  Patrick  A.  Murphy,  President, 
Airports  Commission,  September  15  -  17;  Arlo  Smith,  District 
Attorney,  November  6-8,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  Michael  T.  Farrell  for  his  enduring  commitment 

and  service  to  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.   (Supervisor 

Conroy) 

File  6-92-19,   Resolution  No.  842-92 

Adopted. 


[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  Fredrick  F.  Postel  for  his  enduring  commitment 

and  service  to  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.   (Supervisor 

Conroy) 

File  6-92-20,   Resolution  No.  843-92 

Adopted. 


[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  John  F.  Boscacci  for  his  enduring  commitment 

and  service  to  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.   (Supervisor 

Conroy) 


File  6-92-21 
Adopted. 


Resolution  No.  844-92 


(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolution  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 


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Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Howard 
Street,  between  Third  and  Fourth  Streets,  on  Thursday,  October  1 
1992,  9:00  p.m.  until  10:00  p.m.  for  Choice  Hotels  International 

File  42-92-50,   Resolution  No.  845-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Renaming  Civic  Auditorium] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  adding  Section  4.21  to 
name  the  Civic  Auditorium  for  Bill  Graham.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez 
presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be 
considered  as  soon  as  possible. 

File  97-92-58 


Referred  to  Board 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Rose 
Street,  between  Market  and  Gough  Streets,  on  Monday,  October  12, 
1992,  12:00  noon  until  9:00  p.m.  for  party  at  Zuni  Cafe. 
(Supervisor  Achtenberg  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  October  5, 
1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-49 


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Referred  to  Committee 


[City  Bond  Financed  Project  Task  Force] 

Resolution  creating  a  task  force,  appointed  by  the  Board  of 


Supervisors 
of  increas 


s,  that  will  study  and  make  recommendations  regarding  ways 
WL  iu^icaoing  the  participation  of  disadvantaged  local  minority  and 
women-owned  businesses  in  projects  financed  by  City  bond  funds. 
(Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social 


Policy  Committee. 
File  174-92-4 


Requests  for  Hearings 


File  7-92-7,  By  Supervisors  Gonzalez  and  Migden:   To  consider 
fraudulent  sale  of  Municipal  Railway  transfers  and  counterfeit  sale 
of  fast  passes.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  100-92-7,  By  Supervisor  Migden:   To  consider  revenue  options  to 
augment  the  1992-93  Annual  Appropriation  Ordinance  and  related 
ordinances.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be 
considered  on  September  30,  1992. 

File  100-92-8,  By  Supervisor  Migden:   To  consider  what  City  property 
might  be  sold  or  leased  to  help  address  the  fiscal  emergency. 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  on 
October  1,  1992. 

File  188-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Migden:  To  consider  the  fiscal  impact 
of  the  1987  contracts  with  Pacific  Gas  and  Electric  and  the  Modesto 
and  Turlock  Irrigation  Districts  for  the  purchase  and  sale  of  Hetch 
Hetchy  water.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  208-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  Fire  Department's 
policy  of  referring  veterans  to  a  non-veteran  hospital  and  the 
efficacy  of  such  actions.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  263-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  removing  the 

^Worker's  Compensation  Division  from  the  Employee's  Retirement 

System.   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

[File  264-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Migden:   To  consider  implementation  of 
Ian  early  retirement  program  for  all  employees  not  included  under 
(charter  Section  8.517-2  (Proposition  A,  1991).   Referred  to 
{Administration  and  Oversight. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

ile  36-92-4.   [Zoning  Map  Change]  Adopting  the  abolition  of  setback 
■lines  as  an  amendment  to  the  Zoning  Map  of  the  City  and  County  of 
fSan  Francisco  for  property  located  in  an  RH-2  (House,  Two-Family) 


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District,  on  the  east  side  of  35th  Avenue  between  Cabrillo  and 
Fulton  Streets,  Lots  15,  15A,  15B,  16,  16A,  16B,  16C,  17,  17A,  17B, 
17C,  17D,  17E,  17F,  18,  19  and  19A  in  Assessor's  Block  1677;  and 
adopting  findings  pursuant  to  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  City- 
Planning)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

File  45-92-57.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Carlos  Eduardo  Cordon  against  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $15,500.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-58.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Kish  against  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  by 
payment  of  $83,416.71.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-59.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Juan  Gamez  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $47,500.   (City  Attorney)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  45-92-60.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Sean  Ormsby  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $12,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  65-92-13.   [Lease]  Approving  lease  between  Recreation  and  Park 
with  Theatre  Bay  Area  to  operate  a  discount  ticket  booth  at  Union 
Square  Garage.   (Recreation  and  Park  Department)   Finance 

File  97-92-56.   [Environmental  Review  Fees]  Amending  Administrative 
Code  by  amending  Section  31.46A,  concerning  fees  for  zoning  and 
public  information,  and  construction  services  related  to  development 
projects  and  permit  processing.   (Department  of  City  Planning) 
Finance 

File  115-92-11.   [Planning  Fees]  Amending  City  Planning  Code  by 
adding  new  Section  374  and  renumbering  Section  374  of  Article  3.5A, 
to  impose  new  fees  for  zoning  and  public  information,  construction 
services  and  compliance  activities  related  to  development  projects 
and  permit  processing.   (Department  of  City  Planning)   Finance 

File  117-92-1.   [Uniform  Fire  Code  -  Amendments]  Repealing  Part  11, 
Chapter  IV  (Fire  Code)  of  the  San  Francisco  Municipal  Code,  adopting 
by  reference  the  Uniform  Fire  Code  and  San  Francisco  amendments 
thereto;  providing  for  effective  date;  companion  measure  to  File 
117-92-1.1.   (Fire  Commission)   City  Services 

File  124-92-9.   [Parking  Meters]  Amending  Traffic  Code  by  amending 
Section  32.8.12  thereof,  to  remove  the  parking  facility  at  1350  Bush 
Street  from  those  off-street  parking  sites  on  which  parking  meters 
may  be  used.   (Parking  Authority)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

File  173-92-3.   [Marine  Terminal  Use  Agreement]  Approving  a  five 
year  Marine  Terminal  Use  Agreement  with  National  Shipping 
Corporation  of  the  Philippines  for  use  of  the  North  Container 
Terminal  (Pier  80).   (Port)   Finance 


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Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  28-92-11.   [Airport  Administration]  Approving  a  declaration  of 
emergency,  emergency  environmental  services  at  Roads  18  and  9, 
Airport  Contract  No.  3200,  San  Francisco  International  Airport  - 
$150,000.   (Airports  Commission)   Finance 

File  54-92-5.   [Meeting  Schedule]  Revising  the  regular  meeting 
schedule  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  by  cancelling  the  meetings  of 
November  30,  and  December  28,  1992.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 
Administrative  and  Oversight 

File  82-92-8.   [Property  Acquisition  -  Noise  Easements]  Authorizing 
the  acquisition  of  fifty-three  additional  noise  easements  in  the 
City  of  South  San  Francisco  in  their  Phase  VI  Program  -  $500,000. 
(Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  117-92-1.1.   [Fire  Code]  Endorsing  those  changes  and  providing 
findings  as  to  the  local  conditions  requiring  changes  of  Part  IX,  of 
the  California  Uniform  Fire  Code,  of  the  State  Building  Standards 
Code,  for  fire  safety  and  protection,  as  required  by  California 
Health  and  Safety  Code;  companion  measure  to  File  117-92-1.   (Fire 
Commission)   City  Services 

File  143-92-4.   [OCJP  Funding]  Authorizing  the  Chief  of  Police  of 
the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend 
funds  in  the  amount  of  $500,000  made  available  through  the  Office  of 
Criminal  Justice  Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Operation 
Revitalization" .   (Mayor)   Finance 

File  170-92-11.   [Airport  Revenue  Bonds]  Approving  the  issuance  of 
not  to  exceed  $305,000,000  principal  amount  of  San  Francisco 
International  Airport  Second  Series  Refunding  Revenue  Bonds  in  up  to 
three  separate  issues,  and  establishing  a  maximum  interest  rate 
therefor.   (Airports  Commission)   Finance 

File  198-92-2.   [Fees]  Establishing  a  fee  to  cover  administrative 
and  clerical  costs  of  processing  installment  accounts  for  the 
payment  of  fines  imposed  by  the  Municipal  Court  in  criminal  and 
traffic  cases  pursuant  to  Penal  Code  Section  1205(d).   (Municipal 
Court)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Hsieh,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  charter  amendment  to 
remove  the  Worker's  Compensation  Division  from  the  Employee's 
Retirement  System. 

By  Supervisor  Migden,  that  City  Attorney  provide  opinion  as  to  the 
legal  steps  required  to  implement  an  early  retirement  program  for 
members  of  the  police,  fire  and  sheriff's  office. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  follow-up  letter  be  sent  to  his  Honor, 
the  Mayor,  seeking  an  update  on  implementation  of  recommendations 
contained  in  the  Workers  Compensation  Task  Force  Report. 

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By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Director  of 
Planning  to  determine  the  status  of  the  proposed  67-unit  development 
on  26th  Street  and  whether  the  project  includes  interior  sprinklers, 
and  if  it  does  not,  what  effect  will  that  have  on  fire  safety  for 
the  development  and  surrounding  homes. 

By  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  appropriate 
legislation  creating  a  Recycling  Task  Force. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Morrison  MacKenzie  (Supervisor  Britt) 
Jerry  Bishop  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
James  Lowe  Sr.  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
Charlie  J.  Allen  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
Roosevelt  Turner  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
Brian  J.  Murphy  (Supervisor  Hsieh) 
Maria  Graham  (Supervisor  Alioto) 

File  2-92-39 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
3:10  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on     MAY  ^      \99^ 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Monday,    October   5,    1992 


Journal  of  Proceedingd 
Board  of  Supervisors 


JOURNAL  O K  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  October  5,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
it  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Jhelley  presiding. 


CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:14  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
ligden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt  -  3. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  was  noted  present  at  2:20  p.m. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:17  p.m. 

Supervisor  Britt  was  noted  present  at  2:50  p.m. 

Presentation  of  Guests 


Supervisor  Alioto  presented  and  welcomed  the  Honorable  Tatiana 
Galinskia,  a  colleague  from  the  St.  Petersburg  City  Council,  Russia 

Supervisor  Kennedy  introduced  and  welcomed  the  Honorable  Kebba 
Jallow,  Mayor  of  Gambia,  Africa. 


Suspension  of  the  Rules 


There  being  no  objection,  on  motion  by  Supervisor  Kennedy, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  Rule  2.21  of  the  Rules  of  Order  of  the 
Board  of  Supervisors  was  suspended  to  grant  privilege  of  the  floor 
to  former  Board  of  Supervisors  President  and  currently  Assessor 
Doris  Ward  and  Mayor  Jallow. 


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Presentation  Made 


After  a  brief  message  from  Assessor  Ward  and  Mayor  Jallow, 
Supervisor  Kennedy  presented  a  Certificate  of  Honor  to  his  Honor  and 
the  Mayor  presented  the  flag  of  Gambia  to  Supervisor  Kennedy  and 
Assessor  Ward. 


CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Juanita  Gittins 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $6,500.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-50,   Ordinance  No.  306-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  936-186.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Minerva  Martin,  et 

al.,  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $10,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-51,   Ordinance  No.  307-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  887-405.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Albert  Rubino 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-52,   Ordinance  No.  308-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  069-293.) 

Finally  passed. 


(Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Patrick  Michael 

Barnette  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $15,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

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File  45-92-53,   Ordinance  No.  309-92 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C91-1894  WHO.) 
Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation  and  Concession  Lease  Approval] 
Ordinance  approving  settlement  agreement  and  approving  a  two-year 
lease  with  Pon  and  Horn,  Incorporated,  to  operate  a  snack  bar 
concession  at  the  Music  Concourse  in  Golden  Gate  Park,  San 
Francisco,  California.   (Recreation  and  Park  Department) 

File  45-92-54,   Ordinance  No.  310-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  927-831.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Conflict  of  Interest  Code] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  as  required  each  two  years 

by  State  law,  to  delete  various  obsolete  positions  and  to  add 

various  new  positions,  and  to  make  other  technical  changes.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  97-92-53,   Ordinance  No.  311-92 


(Amends  Chapter  58  (Conflict  of  Interest  Code),  Sections  58.3, 
58.4,  58.115,  58.120,  58.135,  58.145,  58.155,  58.165,  58.177, 
58.190,  58.195,  58.207,  58.210,  58.220,  58.280,  58.285 

58.330,  58.335,  58.345, 

58.390.) 


58.180 
58.290 
58.365 


58.310 
58.375 


38.325, 
58.385, 


58.350,  58.355 


Finally  passed. 


Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 


Finally  Passed 

[Van  Ness  Avenue  Special  Use  District] 

Ordinance  amending  the  City  Planning  Code,  Van  Ness  Avenue  Special 
Use  District,  to  permit  awnings,  canopies  and  marquees.   (City 
Planning  Department) 

File  115-92-10,   Ordinance  No.  312-92 

(Amends  Section  243.) 

(Approved  by  City  Planning  Commission  Resolution  No.  13320.) 
(General  Rule  Exclusion  from  Environmental  Impact  Review.) 

Finally  passed. 


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The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt  -  2. 


REGULAR  CALENDAR 


NEW  BUSINESS 


Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 


Adopted 

[Approval  for  Purchase  of  City  Vehicles] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  include  in  budget  instructions  to  the 
various  departments  information  regarding  Board  policy  on 
procurement  of  vehicles  and  informing  City  depar.tments  that  the 
Board  will  disapprove  budget  requests  for  authorization  of 
procurements  of  vehicles  for  City  departments  absent  a  sufficient 
showing  of  need  for  said  vehicle.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  100-92-6.1,   Resolution  No.  858-92 

Request  Granted 

Supervisor  Hallinan  requested  letter  be  sent  to  his  Honor,  the 
Mayor,  requesting  he  report  back  in  30  days  to  the  Finance  Committee 
on  the  progress  of  implementing  the  resolution  concerning  city 
vehicles. 

No  objection  and  Clerk  directed  to  comply. 

The  roll  was  called  on  the  pending  resolution  and  it  was  adopted 
by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Approval  for  Purchasing  City  Vehicles! 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  guide  and  limit  the 
Purchaser's  purchase,  lease  and  other  procurement  of  vehicles  for 
use  by  officials  and  employees  of  departments  of  the  City  and 
County,  requiring  the  procurement  of  the  most  economical  vehicle 
available  for  that  purpose  and  exempting  mass  transit  vehicles. 
(Supervisor  Hallinan) 

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File  97-92-57,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Sections  21.18-4,  21.18-5.) 

Request  Granted 

Supervisor  Hallinan  requested  letter  be  sent  to  Director, 
Purchasing  Department,  requesting  he  report  back  in  30  days  to  the 
Finance  Committee  on  the  progress  of  implementing  the  resolution 
concerning  city  vehicles. 

No  objection  and  Clerk  directed  to  comply. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
[Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


Adopted 

[Enforcing  City  Vehicle  Rules  and  Regulations] 

Resolution  requesting  the  Mayor  and  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer 
to  enforce  all  City  rules  and  regulations  related  to  the  use  of  City 
vehicles,  requesting  the  Controller  to  offset  any  amounts  owed  to 
the  City  by  any  person  who  has  violated  any  of  these  rules  and 
regulations,  and  requesting  the  Mayor,  the  Chief  Administrative 
Officer  and  the  Controller  to  receive  penalty  fees  from  persons  who 
have  violated  any  of  these  rules  and  regulations.   (Supervisor 
Hallinan) 

File  97-92-57.1,   Resolution  No.  862-92 

Request  Granted 

Supervisor  Hallinan  requested  letter  be  sent  to  Chief 
Administrative  Officer,  requesting  he  report  back  in  30  days  to  the 
Finance  Committee  on  the  progress  of  implementing  the  resolution 
concerning  enforcement  of  city  vehicle  rules  and  regulations. 


No  objection  and  Clerk  directed  to  comply, 


Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


COMMITTEE  REPORTS 


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Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  adjusting  revenue  and  expenditure  appropriations  for 
various  departments  of  the  General  Fund,  Traffic  Fines  Fund,  Welfare 
Assistance  and  Administration  Fund,  Tobacco  Tax  Fund,  Health  and 
Welfare  Realignment  Fund,  Narcotics  Forfeiture  Fund,  Cable  TV  Access 
Development  Fund,  Taxicab  Enforcement  Fund,  Children's  Fund,  Open 
Space  Fund,  Recreation  and  Park  Special  Revenue  Fund,  State 
authorized  fund.  Internal  Service  fund-Controller  IDS,  Internal 
Service  Fund-Real  Estate,  Internal  Service  Fund-Electricity,  Public 
Utilities  Commission  Fund,  Interdepartmental  Work  Order  Fund, 
Special  Revenue-Storage  Inventory  Fund,  Public  Utilities 
Commission-Personnel  Fund,  DPW-Support  Services  Fund,  DPW  Personnel 
Fund,  Airport  Operating  Fund,  Municipal  Railway  operating  fund,  S.F. 
Harbor  operating  fund,  S.F.  General  Hospital  operating  fund,  S.F. 
General  Hospital  work  order  fund,  Laguna  Honda  Hospital  operating 
fund,  deleting  eighty-six  (86)  positions;  creating  one  position, 
reflecting  budget  adjustments  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  resulting  from 
State  Budget  reductions.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  101-92-7,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  as  recommendation  of  Finance 
Committee. 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  to  amend 
as  follows  in  order  to  increase  the  general  fund  reserve  from  $9,122 
million  to  $10  million: 

Proposal 

$623,335    Replace  substance  abuse  detox  and  outpatient 
services  with  grant  funds; 

$130,000     Reduce  Board  reserve  for  delayed  implementation  of 
HIV  primary  care;  delayed  three  months  pending 
State  budget  cuts; 

$124,665    Replace  residential  treatment  program  slots  related 
to  needle  exchange  with  grant  funds. 

After  a  period  of  debate,  there  being  no  objection.  Supervisor 
Hsieh  withdrew  his  motion  to  amend. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Alioto,  moved  to 
amend  last  page  to  add  the  following  section: 

"Section  3.   This  ordinance  rescinding  appropriations  for  vital 
City  services  is  passed  in  recognition  of  the  severe  revenue 
constraints  imposed  on  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
from  the  sudden  withdrawal  by  the  State  of  California  of  over 
$63  million  including  support  for  public  health  programs,  the 


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continuing  diminution  of  federal  assistance  to  provide  for 
critical  services,  and  revenue  deficiencies  from  the  continuing 
nationwide  economic  downturn. 

"This  Board,  in  recognition  of  the  current  and  projected  fiscal 
situation,  urges  the  appointment  and  rapid  convening  of  a 
multidisciplinary  task  force  to  study  ways  to  optimize  the 
delivery  of  service  to  the  residents  of  San  Francisco  and 
present  recommended  changes  to  City  processes,  procedures, 
codes  and  the  City  charter,  if  necessary,  which  could  further 
the  efficient  delivery  of  services  to  the  residents  of  San 
Francisco.   The  task  force  should  be  composed  of  individuals 
and  representatives  of  groups  reflecting  the  diversity  of  the 
city. 

"This  Board  of  Supervisors  further  urges  the  Mayor  and  the 
Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  work  with  City  department  heads 
and  officials  to  prepare  and  submit  a  schedule  showing  the 
deadlines  to  submit  possible  charter  changes  and  other  ballot 
measures,  including  any  recommended  revenue  measures,  to  the 
electorate  at  a  special  election,  should  one  be  required,  in 
sufficient  time  for  these  changes  to  be  effective  commencing 
with  the  start  of  fiscal  year  1993-94." 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Public  Employment] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  250-92  (Annual  Salary  Ordinance, 
1992-93)  reflecting  the  addition  of  one  position  in  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Central  Office  and  deleting  86  positions  in  the 
Public  Defender,  Public  Health  Central  Office,  Community  Mental 
Health,  Purchasing,  Public  Utilities,  Municipal  Railway  and  San 
Francisco  General  Hospital  Departments. 

File  102-92-6,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  as  recommendation  of  Finance 
Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Recess 

At  the  request  of  President  Shelley,  the  Board  recessed  at  the 
hour  of  2:38  p.m.  to  convene  in  closed  session  to  meet  with  the  City 
Attorney  pursuant  to  Government  Code  Section  54956.9(b)(1), 
significant  exposure  to  litigation  exists  concerning  the  following 
two  items: 

The  Board  of  Supervisors  is  considering  a  proposal  to  increase 
general  fund  revenue  in  the  current  fiscal  year  through  advance 
payments  of  the  Annual  Service  Fee  from  the  Airports  Commission 
to  the  City's  general  fund; 

Recently  enacted  state  legislation  provides  that  the  City  may 
request  certain  payments  from  the  Port  and  that  the  Port  should 
be  obligated  to  make  said  payments.   The  Board  of  Supervisors 
is  considering  making  such  a  request  and  will  be  using  any 
monies  received  as  a  result  of  such  a  request  to  alleviate  the 
general  fund  budget  deficit. 


Reconvening  of  the  Board 

The  Board,  at  the  hour  of  3:19  p.m.,  reconvened. 

The  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Quorum  present. 


Report  on  Closed  Session 

Deputy  City  Attorney  Ted  Lakey  reported  that  the  Board  had  met 
in  closed  session  with  the  City  Attorney  concerning  exposure  to 
litigation  as  provided  in  the  Government  Code. 

Report  Received 
Cultural  Affairs  Task  Force  Final  Report. 
File  197-90-2.1 


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Suspension  of  the  Rules 

There  being  no  objection,  on  motion  by  Supervisor  Hallinan, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  Rule  2.21  of  the  Rules  of  Order  of  the 
Board  of  Supervisors  was  suspended  to  grant  privilege  of  the  floor 
to  Mr.  Herb  Felsenfeld,  Committee  Chair,  Cultural  Affairs  Task  Force, 

Mr.  Felsenfeld  gave  a  brief  presentation  and  submitted  the 
Final  Report  of  the  Cultural  Affairs  Task  Force  to  the  Board  of 
Supervisors. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons 

Daniel  Navarro; 
Dan  Fiorillo; 
Nofaaluma  Tuiasosopo; 
Tharon  Ueighill; 
Tavai  Fiatoa. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required, 

Adopted 

[State  Ballot  Measure! 

Resolution  opposing  Proposition  166  revising  the  State's  health  care 

system.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  12-92-39,   Resolution  No.  861-92 

(September  28,  1992  -  Consideration  continued  to  October  5, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Rose  Street 

for  party  at  Zuni  Cafe.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

File  42-92-49,   Resolution  No.  863-92 

(Rose  Street,  between  Market  and  Gough  Streets,  on  Monday, 
October  12,  1992,  12:00  noon  until  9:00  p.m.) 

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(September  28,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  5,  1992.) 


Adopted. 


[Subdivision] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  400-499  Gaven  Street,  being  a 
resubdivision  of  Lot  19,  in  Assessor's  Block  5861,  and  adopting 
findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department 
of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-23 

(September  28,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  5,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 


These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-40,   Resolution  No.  860-92 

(Peter  D.  Ashe,  member.  Retirement  Board,  October  6  -  7;  Marie  K. 
Brooks,  member.  Airports  Commission,  October  10  -  19;  Marie 
Acosta-Colon,  member.  War  Memorial  Board  of  Trustees,  September 
16  -  28;  Kenneth  D.  Dowlin,  City  Librarian,  October  2  -  4; 
Frederick  E.  Jordan,  member.  Parking  and  Traffic  Commission, 
September  24  -  28;  John  Kriken,  member.  Art  Commission, 
September  18;  J.  Stanley  Mattison,  Vice  President,  Airports 


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Commission,  October  6-15  and  October  20  -  21;  Patrick  A. 
Murphy,  President,  Airports  Commission,  September  18  -  26  and 
September  29  -  30;  Juan  Rios,  member.  Civil  Service  Commission, 
September  16  -  17,  September  22  -  27,  and  September  29  - 
October  1;  L.  A.  Turpen,  Director  of  Airports,   October  9  -  20, 
1992.) 


Adopted. 


(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 


Adopted 

[Needle  Exchange] 

Resolution  condemning  Governor  Wilson  for  his  veto  of  the  needle 

exchange  legislation. 

File  12-92-40,   Resolution  No.  867-92 

Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portions  of  Polk  Street 
between  McAllister  and  Grove  Streets  and  Fulton  Street  between 
Larkin  and  Hyde  Streets,  Sunday,  October  11,  1992,  6:00  p.m.  until 
Monday,  October  12,  1992,  11:59  p.m.  for  a  cultural  event,  "Healing 
the  Sacred  Hoop:  The  Next  500  Years". 

File  42-92-51,   Resolution  No.  859-92 

Supervisors  Hallinan,  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


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Referred  to  Committee 

[Contractor  Employee  Health  Benefits) 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  adding  Sections  21.13-3 
and  21.13-4  to  reguire  the  Purchaser  to  reguire  contractors 
providing  personal  services  to  the  City  and  County  in  facilities 
owned  or  occupied  under  lease  by  the  City  and  County  to  provide 
health  benefits  to  all  persons  performing  said  services  and 
requiring  the  Purchaser  to  give  notice  of  said  reguirement  to  all 
bidders  in  the  advertisement  for  proposals,  and  to  reguire  the 
Purchaser  to  promulgate  rules  and  regulations  for  said  purpose. 
(Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social 
Policy  Cotranittee. 

File  97-92-49 


Withdrawn  from  Calendar 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Twenty-fifth 
Street,  between  Dolores  and  Church  Streets  on  Saturday,  October  10, 
1992,  11:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.  for  an  annual  block  party. 
(Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  October  13,  1992 
For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar.. 

File  42-92-52 

Memo  from  the  President  dated  October  7,  1992  reguesting  this 
item  be  withdrawn. 


Referred  to  Board 

[Street  Closing) 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Pol)<  Street 
between  McAllister  and  Grove  Streets,  Saturday,  October  24,  1992, 
6:00  a.m.  until  midnight  for  San  Francisco  Youth  Festival  Concert. 
(Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  October  13,  1992 
For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-53 

[Physician  Aid-in-Dylng) 

Resolution  making  it  City  policy  to  support  the  passage  of 
Proposition  161,  the  Physician  Aid-In-Dying  Initiative,  on  the 
November  3,  1992  ballot.   (Supervisors  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  October  13,  1992  For  Adoption  without 
Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  60-92-11 

[Task  Force) 

Resolution  establishing  a  joint  task  force  to  address  the  City's 

fiscal  crisis.   (Supervisors  Migden,  Shelley  presented.)   Referred 

to  Board  October  13,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 

Calendar. 

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File  174-92-5 


Referred  to  Committee 

(Children's  Services  Plan] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  utilize  the  1992/93  Children's 
Services  Plan  ("CSP")  as  the  foundation  for  the  development  of  the 
1993/94  CSP  and  to  continue  funding,  during  the  next  fiscal  year, 
for  those  community  based  organizations  selected  to  provide  services 
identified  in  the  1992/93  CSP.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  185-92-4 


Requests  for  Hearings; 

File  30-92-10,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  areas  of  high 
cancer  prevalence  in  the  City.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee 

File  100-92-2.1,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:  To  consider  the  pending 
revisions  to  the  appropriations  of  the  Department  of  the  Board  of 
Supervisors.   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  115-92-13,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  legislation 
applicable  to  changes  in  Section  179  of  the  Planning  Code  to  be 
applied  to  the  Sacramento  Street  Commercial  District.   Referred  to 
Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  165-92-1.1,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  recommendations 
contained  in  the  management  audit  of  the  Early  Retirement  Program 
concerning  submitting  charter  amendments  to  abolish  the  Retirement 
Board  and  requiring  the  City's  contribution  rate  to  the  Employee's 
Retirement  Trust  Fund  be  subject  to  the  approval  of  the  Mayor  and 
the  Board  of  Supervisors.   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight 
Committee . 


Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 


Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-61.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Edward  J.  Schach,  et  al..  v.  Harry  Britt,  et  al.,  by 
payment  of  $675,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-62.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Helen  DaSilva,  et  al.,  against  the  City  and  County  of 
San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $65,000.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-63.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Lula  Kirby  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  46-92-20.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 


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Olivia  Lee  v.  American  Telephone  S.  Telegraph  Co.,  et  al.,  upon 
receipt  of  the  sum  of  $5,000  and  release  of  lien.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  46-92-21.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
Antoinetta  Williams  v.  Jehad  Husary,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum 
of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of  complaint.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  93-92-33.   [Benefits  for  Unrepresented  Employees]  Approving  the 
provision  of  dental  benefits  and  two  paid  furlough  days  for  fiscal 
year  1992-93  to  qualified  unrepresented  employees  who  sign  a  waiver 
regarding  the  1991-92  wage  freeze.   (Mayor)   Administration  and 
Oversight 

File  127-92-9.   [Board  of  Permit  Appeals  Fees]  Amending  Part  III  of 
the  Municipal  Code,  by  amending  Section  8  thereof,  to  increase 
specified  Board  of  Permit  Appeals  filing  fees.   (Board  of  Permit 
Appeals)   Finance 

File  164-92-3.1   [Street  Vacation]  Ordering  vacation  subsurface  and 
airspace  areas  of  Fourth  Street  southeasterly  of  Howard  Street;  and 
adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1; 
companion  measure  to  File  164-92-3.   (Real  Estate  Department) 
Economic  and  Social  Policy 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  48-92-21.   [Settlement  of  Claim]  Approving  the  settlement  of 
the  unlitigated  claim  of  James  C.  Brooks  by  payment  of  $7,000. 
(City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  94-92-8.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Public 
Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  $1,500,000  in 
Federal  Capital  Assistance  including  the  required  local  contribution 
from  the  Clean  Air  and  Transportation  Improvement  Act  of  1990  funds 
and/or  State  Transit  Assistance  funds  and/or  Bridge  Toll  Net 
Revenues  and/or  San  Francisco  Municipal  Railway  Improvement 
Corporation  funds  and/or  Transportation  Sales  Taxes  revenues  to 
provide  financing  for  the  design  and  rehabilitation  of  the  Municipal 
Railway's  fixed  facilities.   (Public  Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

File  94-92-9.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Public 
Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  $15,000,000  of 
Federal  Capital  Assistance  and  $2,647,059  in  required  local  match 
funds  to  acquire  trolley  coaches.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 
Finance 

File  146-92-52.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the 
Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a 
continuation  grant  of  $2,102,567,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of 
$241,709  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  to  continue  funding  AIDS  Surveillance  Project.   (Department 
of  Public  Health)   Finance 


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File  146-92-69.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health  Services,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $630,000, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $30,580,  based  on 
twenty  percent  of  salaries  from  the  Federal  Bureau  of  Health  Care 
Delivery  Assistance  for  linked  primary  care  and  substance  abuse 
services;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-70.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Services,  Family  Health, 
Child  Health  and  Disability  Prevention  Program  (CHDP) ,  to  accept  and 
expend  an  allocation  in  the  total  amount  of  $2,187,178,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $251,836,  based  on  twenty 
percent  of  salaries  from  the  State  Department  of  Health  Services  for 
child  health  and  disability  prevention  services;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-71.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department  of 
Public  Health,  Community  Health  Program,  Family  Health  Bureau,  to 
apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $1,384,872,  which  includes 
indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $97,447,  based  on  ten  percent  of 
personnel  cost  from  the  State  Department  of  Health  Services  for  WIC 
services;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  147-92-3.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  San 
Francisco  Public  Library  to  accept  and  expend  $85,000  in  grant  funds 
from  the  U.S.  Department  of  Education  Library  Services  and 
Construction  Act  (LSCA)  for  the  purchase  of  foreign  language 
materials  for  the  fiscal  year  1992-93;  companion  measure  to  File 
147-92-3.   (Public  Library)   Finance 

File  153-92-4.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Social  Services  to  accept  and  expend,  the  third  year  grant  funds 
from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Maternal  and  Child 
Health  Bureau  in  the  amount  of  $172,800  including  the  indirect  cost 
of  $8,228  which  is  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total  direct  charges 
for  Federal  fiscal  year  1992-93  for  development  of  case  management 
services  to  medically  fragile  and  HIV  positive  infants.   (Department 
of  Social  Services)   Finance 

File  161-92-7.   [South  of  Market  Survey  Area]  Amending  Resolution 
No.  177-90,  designating  and  describing  the  South  of  Market  Survey 
Area  by  adding  additional  land  to  said  survey  area.   (Redevelopment 
Agency)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

File  164-92-3.   [Street  Vacation]  Declaring  intention  of  Board  of 
Supervisors  to  vacate  subsurface  and  airspace  areas  of  Fourth  Street 
southeasterly  of  Howard  Street;  and  setting  the  hearing  for  all 
persons  interested  in  the  proposed  vacation.   (Real  Estate 
Department)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

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By  Supervisor  Hsieh,  that  letter  be  sent  to  the  Civil  Service 
Commission  inquiring  whether  the  forty-five  positions  that  were 
vacated  as  a  result  of  the  extension  of  the  Early  Retirement  Program 
have  been  backfilled.   Specifically,  which  positions  have  been 
refilled  and  when  was  the  filling  effectuated  and  which  positions 
remain  vacant. 

By  Supervisor  Hsieh,  that  letter  be  sent  to  General  Manager, 
Retirement  System  to  determine  the  identity  of  the  forty-five 
employees  who  were  permitted  to  rescind  their  retirements  of 
September  1,  1992  in  order  to  take  advantage  of  the  Early  Retirement 
Program,  listing  each  job  title  and  classification. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  appropriate 
legislation  asking  the  Mayor  to  undertake  a  comprehensive  city-wide 
managerial  and  financial  audit  of  all  City  departments  to  identify 
areas  of  duplication  and  waste  and  to  provide  recommendations  on 
ways  to  maintain  City  services  while  cutting  the  cost  of 
operations.   Such  recommendation  to  include  possible  reforms  in  the 
City  charter. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Budget  Analyst 
requesting  update  on  the  status  of  audit  of  the  Clean  Water  sewer 
service  charge. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  General 
Manager,  Municipal  Railway,  concerning  the  wheelchair  lift  on  bus 
vehicle  number  4517,  to  determine  whether  the  lift  has  been  repaired 
and  a  response  has  been  sent  to  the  concerned  patron. 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  legislation 
applicable  to  the  Sacramento  Street  Neighborhood  Commercial  District 
so  that  Section  179  of  the  Planning  Code  can  be  used  to  legalize 
uses  which,  prior  to  June  1,  1992,  were  changed  to  other  uses 
without  the  required  permits  and/or  City  Planning  Commission 
authorization  and  that  this  amendment  to  the  code  would  have  a  two 
year  sunset  provision. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  City  Attorney  draft  legislation  to 
require  that  City  departments  select  and  oversee  contractors 
according  to  the  Purchaser's  criteria. 

Motions  Adopted 

Notion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Vincent  Hallinan  (By  the  entire  Board) 
Fred  Ross,  Sr.  (By  the  entire  Board) 
Darm  Hor  Chan  (Supervisor  Hsieh) 
Alma  Frances  Frick  (Supervisor  Conroy) 

File  2-92-40 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


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ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
6:02  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


I  N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 

I  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 

I  necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 

I  were  taken  up. 


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.  K  .K  o   .  .  c  MAY  3  1993 

Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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Tuesday,    October   13,    1992 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
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JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Tuesday,  October  13,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 


The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:14  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Britt,  Hallinan,  Hsieh  -  3. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Britt  excused  from  attendance.   (see  infra.) 

Supervisor  Hallinan  was  noted  present  at  2:15  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  was  noted  present  at  2:15  p.m. 

Supervisor  Britt  Excused 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  to 
excuse  Supervisor  Britt  from  attending  today's  meeting. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 


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Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 


Finally  Passed 

[Approval  for  Purchasing  City  Vehicles] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  guide  and  limit  the 
Purchaser's  purchase,  lease  and  other  procurement  of  vehicles  for 
use  by  officials  and  employees  of  departments  of  the  City  and 
County,  requiring  the  procurement  of  the  most  economical  vehicle 
available  for  that  purpose  and  exempting  mass  transit  vehicles. 
(Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  97-92-57,   Ordinance  No.  316-92 

(Adds  Sections  21.18-4,  21.18-5.) 

Finally  passed. 

Adopted 

[Contracting  Out  City  Services] 

Resolution  approving  the  Controller's  certification  that  Airport 
Information  Booth  Program  for  San  Francisco  International  Airport 
can  practically  be  performed  by  private  contractor  at  a  lower  cost 
for  this  program  than  if  work  was  performed  by  City  employees  at 
presently  budgeted  levels.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  25-92-32,   Resolution  No.  878-92 

Adopted. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  continuation  grant  of  $1,444,565,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $158,044  based  on  twenty 
percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human 
Services,  Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  the 
Epidemiologic  Research  Studies  of  the  Natural  History  of  HIV/AIDS 
and  HIV  Incidence  in  Homosexual/Bisexual  Men  Recruited  from  the  San 
Francisco  Sexually  Transmitted  Disease  Clinic  (formerly  known  as  the 
Epidemiologic  Study  of  the  Natural  History  of  HIV/AIDS  in 
Homosexual/Bisexual  Men  Previously  Enrolled  in  Studies  of  Hepatitis 
B  Infection).   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

Pile  146-92-41.1,   Resolution  No.  887-92 

Adopted. 


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[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of 
Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  Division  of  Tuberculosis  Control, 
to  apply  for  a  grant  of  $2,453,034,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in 
the  amount  of  $244,869  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries,  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  for  the  continuation  of  the  following  programs; 
Tuberculosis  Prevention  and  Control/Elimination,  and  the  HIV  Related 
TB  Prevention  Program.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-67,   Resolution  No.  888-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

REGULAR  CALENDAR 


UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 


Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Refused  Passage  for  Second  Reading;  Rescinded; 

Consideration  Continued;  Rescinded; 

Question  Divided;  Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Divided 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  adjusting  revenue  and  expenditure  appropriations  for 
various  departments  of  the  General  Fund,  Traffic  Fines  Fund,  Welfare 
Assistance  and  Administration  Fund,  Tobacco  Tax  Fund,  Health  and 
Welfare  Realignment  Fund,  Narcotics  Forfeiture  Fund,  Cable  TV  Access 
Development  Fund,  Taxicab  Enforcement  Fund,  Children's  Fund,  Open 
Space  Fund,  Recreation  and  Park  Special  Revenue  Fund,  State 
authorized  fund.  Internal  Service  fund-Controller  IDS,  Internal 
Service  Fund-Real  Estate,  Internal  Service  Fund-Electricity,  Public 
Utilities  Commission  Fund,  Interdepartmental  Work  Order  Fund, 
Special  Revenue-Storage  Inventory  Fund,  Public  Utilities 
Commission-Personnel  Fund,  DPW-Support  Services  Fund,  DPW  Personnel 
Fund,  Airport  Operating  Fund,  Municipal  Railway  operating  fund,  S.F. 
Harbor  operating  fund,  S.F.  General  Hospital  operating  fund,  S.F. 
General  Hospital  work  order  fund,  Laguna  Honda  Hospital  operating 
fund,  deleting  eighty-six  (86)  positions,  ((creating  one  (1) 
position))  reflecting  budget  adjustments  for  fiscal  year  1992-93 
resulting  from  State  Budget  reductions.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  101-92-7,   Ordinance  No. 

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Refused  passage  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  6. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Hallinan  -  2. 

There  being  no  objection,  on  motion  by  Supervisor  Kennedy, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  the  previous  vote  was  rescinded. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  October  19,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

There  being  no  objection,  on  motion  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  the  vote  was  rescinded. 

In  response  to  Supervisor  Gonzalez'  inquiry.  Deputy  City 
Attorney  Ted  Lakey  stated  that  this  item  requires  eight  votes  for 
passage  because  it  contains  provision  to  restore  a  position  to  the 
budget  that  was  deleted  pursuant  to  Proposition  A,  early  retirement. 
Charter  Section  8.517-2  permits  restoration  of  non-mandated 
positions  upon  recommendation  of  the  Mayor  and  by  a  two-thirds  vote 
of  the  Board  of  Supervisors. 

In  response  to  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  the  Clerk  of  the  Board 
stated  that  any  Supervisor  has  the  ability  to  divide  a  question  that 
can  be  divided  and  acted  upon  separately,  which  does  not  require  a 
formal  motion.   A  Supervisor  can  ask  and  the  President  shall  order  a 
question  divided. 

At  the  request  of  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  the  question  was  divided 
with  respect  to  appropriating  funds  for  creation  of  one  position  in 
the  Department  of  Public  Health  so  the  matter  could  be  considered 
separately. 

Ordinance  passed  for  second  reading,  as  divided,  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Hoes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

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Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Refused  Passage  for  Second  Reading;  Rescinded; 
Consideration  Continued  as  Divided 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  increasing  personal  service  appropriation,  $38,804, 
Department  of  Public  Health  for  permanent  salaries  and  fringe 
benefits  for  creation  of  one  position  (2978F  Contract  Compliance 
Officer),  for  fiscal  year  1992-93. 

File  101-92-7.1,   Ordinance  No. 

Refused  passage  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Naher  -  3. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
rescind  the  previous  vote: 

Motion  to  rescind  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  October  19,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote; 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Finally  Passed 

[Public  Employment] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  250-92  (Annual  Salary  Ordinance, 
1992-93)  reflecting  the  addition  of  one  position  in  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Central  Office  and  deleting  86  positions  in  the 
Public  Defender,  Public  Health  Central  Office,  Community  Mental 
Health,  Purchasing,  Public  Utilities,  Municipal  Railway  and  San 
Francisco  General  Hospital  Departments;  companion  measure  to  Files 
101-92-7  and  101-92-7.1.  (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 


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File  102-92-6,   Ordinance  No.  315-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Nigden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Adopted 

[Contracting  Out  City  Services] 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 
uniformed  security  services  can  be  practically  performed  for  the 
Public  Utilities  Commission  by  a  private  contractor  for  a  lower  cost 
than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees. 
(Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  25-92-29,   Resolution  No.  877-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Environmental  Review  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  concerning  fees  for  zoning 

and  public  information,  and  construction  services  related  to 

development  projects  and  permit  processing.   (Department  of  City 

Planning) 

File  97-92-56,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  31.4  6A.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


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[Renaming  Civic  Auditorium] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  name  the  Civic  Auditorium 
for  Bill  Graham.   (Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Migden,  Hallinan, 
Achtenberg,  Kennedy,  Alioto,  Maher,  Shelley,  Conroy,  Britt) 

File  97-92-58,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Section  4.21.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Planning  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  City  Planning  Code,  to  impose  new  fees  for  zoning 
and  public  information,  construction  services  and  compliance 
activities  related  to  development  projects  and  permit  processing. 
(Department  of  City  Planning) 

File  115-92-11,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  new  Section  371; 

Renumbers  previous  Section  371  to  Section  372.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Marine  Terminal  Use  Agreement] 

Ordinance  approving  a  five  year  Marine  Terminal  Use  Agreement  with 
National  Shipping  Corporation  of  the  Philippines  for  use  of  the 
North  Container  Terminal  (Pier  80).   (Port) 

File  173-92-3,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


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Adopted 

[Claims  Against  the  Government] 

Resolution  waiving  the  Statute  of  Limitations  with  respect  to 
payment  of  seven  certain  warrants  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco,  in  an  amount  totalling  $1,103.45  legal  obligations  of  the 
City  and  County.   (Controller) 

File  23-92-7,   Resolution  No.  876-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

[Emergency  Repair] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Director  of  the  Department  of  Public 
Works  to  take  necessary  measures  to  protect  the  health,  welfare  and 
property  of  the  citizens  of  San  Francisco  by  performing  the  1 

necessary  work  to  replace  the  damaged  sanitary  line  serving  the  San 
Francisco  Zoo's  Terrace  Cafe.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  28-92-10,   Resolution  No.  872-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Airport  Administration] 

Resolution  approving  a  declaration  of  emergency,  emergency 

environmental  services  at  Roads  18  and  9,  Airport  Contract  No.  3200 

San  Francisco  International  Airport  -  $150,000.   (Airports 

Commission) 

File  28-92-11,   Resolution  No.  879-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

[Reject/Award  Management  Bid] 

Resolution  rejecting  bid  of  B.  L.  Hom  Corporation  in  response  for 
bids  for  management  contract  at  Polk/Bush  Garage  and  awarding  said 
bid  to  City  Parking  as  the  lowest,  responsive  and  responsible 
bidder.   (Real  Estate  Department) 


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File  47-92-5.1,   Resolution  No.  881-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

[Lease  of  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  lease  of  real  property  from  the  Department  of 
the  Navy  for  use  by  the  Police  Department,  Narcotics  Division 
(warehouse  space  in  Building  128  at  Hunters  Point  Annex)  for  storage 
of  confiscated  automobiles;  retroactive  to  July  1,  1992.   (Real 
Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-23,   Resolution  No.  883-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[Property  Acquisition  -  Noise  Easements! 

Resolution  authorizing  the  acquisition  of  fifty-three  additional 
noise  easements  in  the  City  of  South  San  Francisco  in  their  Phase  VI 
Program  -  $500,000.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  82-92-8,   Resolution  No.  884-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


[OCJP  Funding] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  of  Police  to  apply  for,  accept, 
retroactively,  and  to  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $500,000,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  of  $25,000  based  on  5  percent  of  the  total 
grant  award,  made  available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice 
Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Operation  Revitalization" .   (Mayor) 

File  143-92-4,   Resolution  No.  165-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 


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Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office^ 
to  accept  and  expend  a  continuation  grant  of  $470,440,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  of  $39,291,  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  the  evaluation  and 
enhancement  of  HIV/AIDS  Prevention  Street  and  Community  Outreach 
Programs  that  serve  youth  in  high-risk  situations  project  (also 
known  as  the  Youth  Scope  Project);  providing  for  ratification  of 
action  previously  taken;  placing  $109,159  on  reserve.   (Department 
of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-26.1,   Resolution  No.  886-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

[Grant  -  Private  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Homeless 
Program,  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $100,000,  from 
Comic  Relief,  for  health  services  for  homeless;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken;  waiving  indirect  costs. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-68,   Resolution  No.  889-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

[Fees  -  Municipal  Court] 

Resolution  establishing  a  fee  to  cover  administrative  and  clerical 
costs  of  processing  installment  accounts  for  the  payment  of  fines 
imposed  by  the  Municipal  Court  in  criminal  and  traffic  cases 
pursuant  to  Penal  Code  Section  1205(d).   (Municipal  Court) 

File  198-92-2,   Resolution  No.  874-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

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[Acceptance  of  Deed] 

Resolution  authorizing  acceptance  of  a  deed  from  Progress  Seven, 
Inc.  of  Lot  5  (portion)  in  Assessor's  Block  4711  public  roadway 
purposes  and  finding  such  action  is  in  conformity  with  the  Master 
Plan;  requesting  the  Director  of  Public  Works  to  propose  acceptance 
of  the  roadway  as  a  public  street,  if  the  street  work  is  completed 
to  the  satisfaction  of  the  Director  of  Public  Works.   (Real  Estate 
Department) 

File  203-92-1,   Resolution  No.  873-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

From  Finance  Committee  without  Recommendation 

Consideration  Continued 

[Airport  Revenue  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  the  issuance  of  not  to  exceed  $305,000,000 
principal  amount  of  San  Francisco  International  Airport  Second 
Series  Refunding  Revenue  Bonds  in  up  to  three  separate  issues,  and 
establishing  a  maximum  interest  rate  therefor.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  170-92-11,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  October  19,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1, 

Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Student  Training  -  Health] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  authorizing  the  Department 

of  Public  Health  to  provide  training  to  students  of  the  allied 

health  professions  in  any  accredited  program.   (Department  of  Public 

Health) 

File  97-92-45,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  19A.10.) 

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Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Rereferred  to  Committee 

[Street  Artists] 

Resolution  designating  twelve  former  temporary  selling  spaces  on 
Market  Street,  south  side,  Sutter  and  Sansome  Streets,  and  three 
former  temporary  selling  spaces  on  Sutter  Street,  south  side,  at 
Market  Street  as  permanent  (year-round)  selling  spaces  for  street 
artists  certified  by  the  Art  Commission,  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  169-92-3,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to  rerefer 
to  Committee. 

Motion  to  rerefer  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 


Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  all  persons  interested  in  or  objecting  to  the  proposed 
elimination  or  reduction  of  health  care  services  to  indigents 
provided  at  the  medical  facilities  of  the  City  and  County  for  fiscal 
year  1992-93,  beginning  July  1,  1992. 

File  30-92-9 

On  advice  of  the  City  Attorney,  this  item  was  heard  before  the 
Board  of  Supervisors  acted  on  the  ordinance  relating  to  adjusting 
the  revenue  and  expenditure  appropriations  for  various  departments 
for  fiscal  year  1992-93.   (See  supra.) 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Martha  Hawthorne; 

Program  Director,  Head  Start; 

Lance,  HIV  Vigil; 

Susan  Rosenthal,  Coalition  of  Public  Health  Services; 

Amelia  Wilson; 

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Steve  Neomi ; 

Pat,  Center  Plaza  Care; 

Representative,  Coalition  on  Homelessness; 

William  Davis,  ARC -AIDS  Vigil; 

George  Smith. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  person: 
Louis  Martin. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 

Severed  from  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 

Supervisor  Migden  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 
■    and  considered  separately. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Task  Force] 

Resolution  establishing  a  joint  task  force  to  resolve  the  City's 
[fiscal  crisis.   (Supervisors  Migden,  Shelley,  Conroy) 

File  174-92-5,   Resolution  No.  890-92 

(October  5,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  13,  1992.) 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  entitled  "Resolution  establishing  a  joint 
task  force  to  resolve  the  City's  fiscal  crisis.". 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Wt  Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 

^KMaher  -  5. 

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Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher  -  5. 

The  Board  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following  items  on 
the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 

Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Polk  Street 

for  San  Francisco  Youth  Festival  Concert.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  42-92-53,   Resolution  No.  880-92 

(Polk  Street,  between  McAllister  and  Grove  Streets,  Saturday, 
October  24,  1992,  6:00  a.m.  until  midnight.) 

(October  5,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  13,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Physician  Aid-in-Dying] 

Resolution  making  it  City  policy  to  support  the  passage  of 
Proposition  161,  the  Physician  Aidrin-Dying  Initiative,  on  the 
November  3,  1992  ballot.   (Supervisors  Alioto,  Migden,  Hallinan) 

File  60-92-11,   Resolution  No.  882-92 

(October  5,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  13,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher  -  5. 


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IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye** 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-41,   Resolution  No.  864-92 

(Mayor  Frank  Jordan,  October  11  -  13;  Tom  Hsieh,  member.  Board  of 
Supervisors,  November  2;  Marie  K.  Brooks,  member.  Airports 
Commission,  October  10  -  19;  Ming  Chang,  member.  Port  Commission, 
October  14  -  November  2;  Libby  Denebeim,  member.  Board  of 
Education,  September  10  -  October  10;  Katheryn  Fong,  member. 
Human  Rights  Commission,  October  17  -  November  4;  Michael  T. 
Hardeman,  member.  Public  Utilities  Commission,  October  10  -  13; 
J.  Stanley  Mattison,  Vice  President,  Airports  Commission,  October 
6-15  and  October  20  -  21;  Jale  McGoldrick,  member.  Rent  Board, 
October  16  -  22;  Patrick  A.  Murphy,  President,  Airports 
Commission,  September  29  -  30  and  October  5;  Anthony  Rodriguez, 
member.  Police  Commission,  October  1-2  and  October  3-5,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar . ) 


Adopted 

[Proclamation] 

Resolution  urging  his  Honor,  the  Mayor,  to  proclaim  the  week  of 

October  12  through  October  18,  1992  County  Hospital  Week. 

File  4-92-26,   Resolution  No.  865-92 

Supervisor  Hsieh  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Federal   Legislation] 

Resolution  endorsing  H.R.    1690,    The  National   Native  American 
|University  Act   of    1991. 

'ile   13-92-16,      Resolution  No.    866-92 


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Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 
Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Maher  -  5. 


OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Commission  on  San  Francisco's  Environment] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  adding  Sections  5.150, 
5.151  and  5.152,  creating  the  Commission  on  San  Francisco's 
Environment  to  advise  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  legislation  and 
policy  related  to  the  City's  environment  and  ecology.   (Supervisors 
Britt  and  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Administration  and 
Oversight  Committee. 

File  97-92-60 

Referred  to  Board 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Eighth 
Avenue,  between  Lincoln  Way  and  Irving  Street  on  Saturday,  October 
31,  1992,  3:00  p.m.  until  9:00  p.m.  for  a  Halloween  block  party 
(Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  October  19,  1992 
For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-54 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  16th  Street, 
between  Market  and  Sanchez  Streets,  on  Saturday,  October  31,  1992, 
from  4:00  p.m.  to  7:00  p.m.,  for  Halloween  celebration  and  waiving 
the  requirement  that  sponsor  provide  insurance.   (Supervisor  Britt 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  October  19,  1992  For  Adoption  Without 
Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  42-92-55 


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Referred  to  Committee 

[Street  Artist] 

Resolution  designating  temporary  Downtown  area  selling  spaces  for 
street  artists  certified  by  the  Art  Commission,  for  the  Christmas 
season,  1992,  beginning  on  November  15,  1992  and  ending  on  January 
15,  1993.   (Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  City 
Services  Committee. 

File  169-92-4 

Referred  to  Board 

[Police] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Police  Commission  to  allow 
Police  Officer  Bob  Geary  to  use  his  professional  judgment  in  using 
non-traditional  "tools"  to  gain  the  trust  of  the  public. 
(Supervisor  Alioto  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  October  19,  1992 
For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  207-92-10 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Interactive  Media  Industry] 

Resolution  declaring  it  to  be  the  policy  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
to  foster  the  growth  of  the  Interactive  Media  Industry  in  the  San 
Francisco  Bay  Area  and  to  take  various  actions  in  furtherance  of  the 
growth  of  this  industry  in  the  San  Francisco  Bay  Area.   (Supervisors 
Gonzalez,  Alioto,  Shelley,  Migden  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic 
and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  265-92-1 


Referred  to  Board 

[Federal  Emergency  Management  Agency] 

Resolution  urging  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  promptly 
appeal  the  Federal  Emergency  Management  Agency  decision  to  deny  San 
Francisco's  request  for  funding  to  assist  the  owners  of  property  on 
7th  Avenue  whose  homes  were  damaged  as  a  result  of  the  Loma  Prieta 
earthquake.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to  Board 
October  19,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  270-92-5 


Report  by  the  General  Manager,  Municipal  Railway,  or  his 
representative,  on  the  maintenance  problems  with  the  light  rail 
vehicles,  whether  substitutes  for  the  LRVs  are  available  and  to 
assess  the  impact  of  the  maintenance  cuts  on  the  availability  of 
said  vehicles.   Scheduled  for  Board  meeting  of  October  19,  1992,  by 
direction  of  the  President  at  the  request  of  Supervisor  Hallinan. 

File  7-92-8 

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Requests  for  Hearings 

File  207-92-11,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  joint  report  by 

the  Budget  Analyst  and  Controller  which  would  indicate  the  status  of 

reconunendations  to  reform  the  911  emergency  system  made  by  the  1987 

and  1991  audits  and  the  1990  Mayor's  Task  Force  on  the  911  emergency 
system.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  34-92-1.   [Width  of  Sidewalk]  Amending  Ordinance  No.  1061 
entitled  "Regulating  the  Width  of  Sidewalk"  by  adding  thereto 
Section  1507  changing  the  official  width  of  sidewalk  on  The 
Embarcadero  Corridor  Project  Area  as  shown  on  Department  of  Public 
Works  maps  numbered  from  Q-20-391  to  Q-20-399  inclusive;  and  making 
findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department 
of  Public  Works)   City  Services 

File  45-92-64.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Lumir  J.  Cerny  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco,  et  al,  by  payment  of  $10,000.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  48-92-22.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
claim  numbers  9100987  and  9100992  filed  against  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco,  et  al.,  by  payment  of  $36,000.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  47-92-6.1.   [Garage  Lease  Documents]  Approving  and  adopting  St. 
Mary's  Square  garage  legal  documents  and  authorization  for 
management  agreement.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  97-92-55.   [Credit  Cards]  Amending  Administrative  Code  by 
amending  Section  10.11-1  thereto,  relating  to  the  acceptance  of 
credit  cards  at  Department  of  Public  Health  facilities.   (City 
Attorney)   City  Services 

File  164-92-4.1.   [Street  Vacation]  Ordering  vacation  of  a  portion 
of  Main  Street  at  The  Embarcadero;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to 
City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1;  companion  measure  to  File 
164-92-4.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  94-92-10.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Public 
Utilities  Commission/Bureau  of  Energy  Conservation  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  funds  of  $50,000  from  the  U.S.  Department  of 
Energy  and  the  Urban  Consortium  for  energy  management  activities; 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Public  Utilities 
Comniission)   Finance 


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File  156-92-4.   [Federal  Funding]  Approving  a  1992-93  Expenditure 
Plan  for  refugee  employment  and  training  funds  and  authorizing  the 
President  of  the  Private  Industry  Council  of  San  Francisco,  Inc.,  to 
sign,  enter  into,  and  execute  State  contract.   (Private  Industry 
Council)   Finance 

File  164-92-4.   [Street  Vacation]  Declaring  intention  of  Board  of 
Supervisors  to  vacate  a  portion  of  Main  Street  between  Bryant  Street 
and  The  Embarcadero;  and  setting  the  hearing  date  for  all  persons 
interested  in  the  proposed  vacation;  companion  measure  to  File 
164-92-4.1.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

File  200-92-2.   [Flower  Stand  Permit]  Approving  assignment  of  permit 
to  operate  a  flower  stand  on  the  south  side  of  Market  Street  within 
100  feet  of  the  westerly  line  of  Fifth  Street.   (Department  of 
Public  Works)   City  Services 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  his  Honor,  the  Mayor, 
urging  him  to  work  with  the  U.S.  Navy  in  negotiating  a  limitation  on 
where  the  Blue  Angels  can  fly. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  Budget  Analyst  review  and  give  status 
report  updating  the  inventory  of  the  City's  surplus  property. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Rex  Mills,  Sr.  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 
Webster  Guillory  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  2-92-41 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 

ADJOURNMENT 

There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:20  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


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N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on 


MAY  1  0  1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Monday,  October  19,  1992 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  October  19,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:04  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  2. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  was  noted  present  at  2:31  p.m. 

Supervisor  Maher  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Report  Received 

[State  of  the  City] 

State  of  the  City  Message  by  Mayor  Frank  M.  Jordan. 

File  88-92-1 

The  Mayor  appeared  and  began  his  State  of  the  City  statement  as 
follows: 

State  of  the  City 
October  19,  1992 

"President  Shelley,  Members  of  this  Honorable  Board,  and  fellow 
citizens  of  San  Francisco.  The  City  Charter  requires  that  I  report 
to  you  on  the  State  of  the  City. 

I  do  so  with  mixed  emotion  -  trepidation  at  the  desperate  state 
of  our  national  economy  -  and  optimism  that,  San  Franciscans,  we  can 
overcome  adversity. 


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Mever  since  the  Great  Depression  of  the  1930 's  has  the  City 
faced  a  more  grim  and  troubled  fiscal  crisis. 

But,  at  the  same  time,  we  face  the  exciting  adventure  that,  by 
working  together,  we  can  maintain  a  high  level  of  public  service  - 
police  on  the  streets,  clinics  and  libraries  open,  parks  in  bloom 
and  public  transit  within  easy  reach  of  every  San  Franciscan. 

To  be  sure,  we  will  have  to  trim  and  cut  back  on  some  of  the 
more  costly  levels  of  service. 

Tough  decisions  are  inevitable  -  and,  in  cooperation  and 
consultation  with  your  honorable  Board  -  I  am  prepared  to  make  them.' 

The  Mayor  focused  his  speech  on  the  budget  and  also  discussed 
efforts  to  help  the  homeless,  provide  health  care  for  AIDS  patients, 
police  on  streets  and  keeping  the  Giants  baseball  team  in  San 
Francisco.   He  pledged  to  keep  a  close  working  relationship  with  the 
Board  of  Supervisors  and  closed  his  statement  with  a  brief  tribute 
to  Supervisor  Harry  Britt,  who  is  leaving  the  Board  after  14  years. 

(A  copy  of  the  full  text  of  the  Mayor's  State  of  the  City  message  is 
on  file  with  the  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors.) 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 


Severed  from  Consent  Calendar 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  Consent  Calendar  and  considered  separately. 


Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 


Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Renaming  Civic  Auditorium] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  rename  the  Civic 
Auditorium  the  "Bill  Graham  Civic  Auditorium".   (Supervisors 
Gonzalez,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Achtenberg,  Maher,  Conroy,  Kennedy, 
Alioto,  Shelley,  Britt) 

File  97-92-58,   Ordinance  No.  ^ 

(Adds  Section  4.21.) 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
amend  page  two,  line  16,  after  "Bill  Graham"  by  inserting  "Civic' 
before  "Auditorium". 


Notion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Nigden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 

The  Board  thereupon  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following 
items  on  the  Consent  Calendar. 


Consent  Calendar 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Environmental  Review  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  concerning  fees  for  zoning 

and  public  information,  and  construction  services  related  to 

development  projects  and  permit  processing.   (Department  of  City 

Planning) 

File  97-92-56,   Ordinance  No.  317-92 

(Amends  Section  31.4  6A.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Planning  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  City  Planning  Code,  to  impose  new  fees  for  zoning 
and  public  information,  construction  services  and  compliance 
activities  related  to  development  projects  and  permit  processing. 
(Department  of  City  Planning) 

File  115-92-11,   Ordinance  No.  319-92 

(Adds  new  Section  371; 

Renumbers  previous  Section  371  to  Section  372.) 

Finally  passed. 


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[Marine  Terminal  Use  Agreement] 

Ordinance  approving  a  five  year  Marine  Terminal  Use  Agreement  with 
National  Shipping  Corporation  of  the  Philippines  for  use  of  the 
North  Container  Terminal  (Pier  80).   (Port) 

File  173-92-3,   Ordinance  No.  320-92 
Finally  passed. 

Recommendation  of  City  Services  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Student  Training  -  Health]  ^ 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health  to  provide  training  to  students  of  the  allied 
health  professions  in  any  accredited  program.   (Department  of  Public 
Health) 

File  97-92-45,   Ordinance  No.  318-92 

(Amends  Section  19A.10.) 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Hank  Scoepp 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $40,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-49,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  905  154.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Patricia  F.  et 

al.,  against  the  City  and  County.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-55,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  936  004.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


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[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Kwok-Keung  Yan 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-56,   Ordinance  No. 

(DFEH  Charge  No.  PEP  90-91-A8-0258p. ) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Carlos  Eduardo 

Cordon  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $15,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-57,   Ordinance  No. 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C91-4215-RHS) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Kish  against  the 

City  and  County  by  payment  of  $83,416.71.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-58,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  936  356.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Edward  J.  Schach, 

et  al.,  V.  Harry  Britt,  et  al.,  by  payment  of  $675,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-61,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  716  384  and  Court  Appeal  No.  A036103) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County  v 

Frederick  C.  Kracke.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-19,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

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Adopted 

[Acceptance  of  Gift] 

Resolution  accepting  of  gift  of  calligraphy  donated  by  Frederick  C. 
Kracke  and  Florence  Phillips  to  be  retained  by  the  San  Francisco 
Public  Library;  companion  measure  to  File  46-92-19.   (City  Attorney) 

File  38-92-24,   Resolution  No.  891-92 

Adopted. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  9765  Assistant 
to  Chief  Administrative  Officer  VI  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance 
Program.   (Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-17,   Resolution  No.  894-92 

Adopted. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  5297  Planner  V 
(Zoning)  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Employee 
Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-18,   Resolution  No.  895-92 

Adopted. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  8155  Chief, 
Bureau  of  Investigation  and  Claims  Administration,  Office  of  the 
City  Attorney  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Employee 
Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-19,   Resolution  No.  896-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh,  Naher  -  3. 


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REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  adjusting  revenue  and  expenditure  appropriations  for 
various  departments  of  the  General  Fund,  Traffic  Fines  Fund,  Welfare 
Assistance  and  Administration  Fund,  Tobacco  Tax  Fund,  Health  and 
Welfare  Realignment  Fund,  Narcotics  Forfeiture  Fund,  Cable  TV  Access 
Development  Fund,  Taxicab  Enforcement  Fund,  Children's  Fund,  Open 
Space  Fund,  Recreation  and  Park  Special  Revenue  Fund,  State 
authorized  fund.  Internal  Service  fund-Controller  IDS,  Internal 
Service  Fund-Real  Estate,  Internal  Service  Fund-Electricity,  Public 
Utilities  Commission  Fund,  Interdepartmental  Work  Order  Fund, 
Special  Revenue-Stores  Inventory  Fund,  Public  Utilities 
Commission-Personnel  Fund,  DPW-Support  Services  Fund,  DPW  Personnel 
Fund,  Airport  Operating  Fund,  Municipal  Railway  operating  fund,  S.F. 
Harbor  operating  fund,  S.F.  General  Hospital  operating  fund,  S.F. 
General  Hospital  work  order  fund,  Laguna  Honda  Hospital  operating 
fund,  deleting  eighty-six  (86)  positions,  reflecting  budget 
adjustments  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  resulting  from  State  Budget 
reductions.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  101-92-7,   Ordinance  No.  313-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Conroy  -  1. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  3. 


[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $38,804,  Department  of  Public  Health  for 
permanent  salaries  and  fringe  benefits  for  creation  of  one  position 
(2978F  Contract  Compliance  Officer),  for  fiscal  year  1992-93. 

File  101-92-7.1,   Ordinance  No. 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

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From  Finance  Committee  without  Recommendation 

Adopted 

[Airport  Revenue  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  the  issuance  of  not  to  exceed  $305,000,000 
principal  amount  of  San  Francisco  International  Airport  Second 
Series  Refunding  Revenue  Bonds  in  up  to  three  separate  issues,  and 
establishing  a  maximum  interest  rate  therefor.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  170-92-11,   Resolution  No.  871-92 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Britt,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  October  26,  1992. 

Notion  to  continue  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisor  Hallinan  -  1. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Lease] 

Ordinance  approving  lease  between  Recreation  and  Park  with  Theatre 
Bay  Area  to  operate  a  discount  ticket  booth  at  Union  Square  Garage; 
requesting  the  lessee  to  provide  discount  memberships  to  at  least  50 
members  of  the  Recreation  and  Park  Department's  Young  People's  Teen 
Musical  Theater.   (Recreation  and  Park  Department) 

File  65-92-13,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 


Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:  Supervisor  Maher  -  1. 

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Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  waiving  the  requirement  that  the  sponsor  of  the  Annual 
Halloween  street  closing  in  the  Castro  Street  area  provide 
insurance;  waiving  all  fees  except  for  the  street  closure  permit  fee 
and  the  loudspeaker  permit  filing  fee;  and  urging  the  sponsor  to 
make  good  faith  efforts  to  raise  funds  to  defray  the  costs  incurred 
in  conducting  the  street  closing.   (Supervisor  Britt) 

File  42-92-25,   Resolution  No.  892-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  $1,500,000  in  Federal  Capital  Assistance  including 
the  required  local  contribution  from  the  Clean  Air  and 
Transportation  Improvement  Act  of  1990  funds  and/or  State  Transit 
Assistance  funds  and/or  Bridge  Toll  Net  Revenues  and/or  San 
Francisco  Municipal  Railway  Improvement  Corporation  funds  and/or 
Transportation  Sales  Tax  revenues  to  provide  financing  for  the 
design  and  rehabilitation  of  the  Municipal  Railway's  fixed 
facilities;  placing  $1,273,862  on  reserve.   (Public  Utilities 
Commission) 

File  94-92-8,   Resolution  No.  906-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  apply  for, 
accept  and  expend  $15,000,000  of  Federal  Capital  Assistance  and 
$2,647,059  in  required  local  match  funds  to  acquire  trolley  coaches; 
placing  $17,250,382  on  reserve.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  94-92-9,   Resolution  No.  907-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

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[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Services,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $630,399, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $30,580,  based  on 
twenty  percent  of  salaries  from  the  Federal  Bureau  of  Health  Care 
Delivery  Assistance  for  linked  primary  care  and  substance  abuse 
services;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-69,   Resolution  No.  908-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Public  Health  Services,  Family  Health,  Child  Health  and  Disability 
Prevention  Program  (CHDP) ,  to  accept  and  expend  an  allocation  in  the 
total  amount  of  $2,187,178,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $251,836,  based  on  seventeen  percent  of  salaries  from  the 
State  Department  of  Health  Services  for  child  health  and  disability 
prevention  services;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously 
taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-70,   Resolution  No.  909-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Community 
Health  Program,  Family  Health  Bureau,  to  apply  for,  accept  and 
expend  a  grant  of  $1,384,872,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $97,447,  based  on  ten  percent  of  personnel  cost  from  the 
State  Department  of  Health  Services  for  WIC  services;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health) 

File  146-92-71,   Resolution  No.  910-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

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[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  San  Francisco  Public  Library  to  accept 

and  expend  $85,000  in  grant  funds  from  the  U.S.  Department  of 

Education  Library  Services  and  Construction  Act  (LSCA)  for  the 

purchase  of  foreign  language  materials  for  the  fiscal  year  1992-93; 
waiving  indirect  costs.   (Public  Library) 

File  147-92-3.1,   Resolution  No.  911-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Social  Services  to  accept 
and  expend,  retroactively,  the  third  year  grant  funds  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Maternal  and  Child  Health 
Bureau  in  the  amount  of  $172,800  including  the  indirect  cost  of 
$8,228  which  is  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total  direct  charges, 
and  a  required  match  in  the  amount  of  $168,000  consisting  of 
Department  of  Social  Services  in-kind  services,  for  Federal  fiscal 
year  1992-93  for  development  of  case  management  services  to 
medically  fragile  and  HIV  positive  infants;  and  authorizing  the 
General  Manager  of  the  Department  of  Social  Services  to  sign 
agreements  for  services  provided  through  contractors  funded  by  this 
grant.   (Department  of  Social  Services) 

File  153-92-4,   Resolution  No.  912-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

[Groundlease  of  Redevelopment  Agency  Land] 

Resolution  approving  the  Redevelopment  Agency  of  the  City  and  County 
lease  of  the  land  at  Assessor's  Block  3726,  Lots  13  and  15,  commonly 
known  as  1028  Howard  Street,  to  1028  Howard  Street  Associates,  a 
California  Limited  Partnership  for  99  years  for  the  purpose  of 
developing  a  housing  project  for  very  low  and  low  income 
households.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  161-92-6,   Resolution  No.  913-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 


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Monday,  October  19,  1992 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Benefits  for  Unrepresented  Employees] 

Ordinance  approving  the  provision  of  dental  benefits  and  two  paid 
furlough  days  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  to  qualified  unrepresented 
employees  who  sign  a  waiver  regarding  the  1991-92  wage  freeze; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Mayor) 

File  93-92-33,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Advisory  Council  to  the 

Commission  on  the  Aging.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-91-2,   Resolution  No.  897-92 

(Donna  Calame,  vice  Harold  B.  Brooks,  term  expired,  for  two-year 
term  ending  March  31,  1993.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

[Meeting  Schedule] 

Resolution  revising  the  regular  meeting  schedule  of  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  by  cancelling  the  meetings  of  November  30  and  December 
28,  1992.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  54-92-5,   Resolution  No.  893-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

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[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Park  and  Open  Space  Advisory 
Committee,  terms  expired,  for  two-year  terms  ending  July  15,  1994. 
(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-26,   Resolution  No.  898-92 

(Lonnie  Lawson,  vice  himself; 
Lauri  Irving,  vice  Geraldine  Earp; 
Alan  Weaver,  vice  Louis  Loewenstein. ) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 


Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3 


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^^  Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Assessment  Appeals  Board. 

^K  (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

^^File  92-92-30,   Resolution  No.  899-92 

(Peter  J.  Fatooh,  vice  Thomas  P.  Brady,  term  expired,  for  a 
three-year  term  ending  September  7,  1995) 

Supervisor  Conroy  Excused  from  Voting 

On  advise  of  the  City  Attorney,  Supervisor  Conroy  requested  to 
be  excused  from  voting  because  of  possible  conflict  of  interest. 

Thereupon,  Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Gonzalez, 
moved  to  excuse  Supervisor  Conroy  from  voting: 

Motion  to  excuse  Supervisor  Conroy  from  voting  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Maher  -  3. 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  November  9,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy  -  3. 

Excused:   Supervisor  Conroy  -  1. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Migden,  Shelley  -  5, 

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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

The  roll  was  called  on  the  pending  resolution  and  it  was  adopted 
by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Nigden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Excused:   Supervisor  Conroy  -  1. 

Noes:   Supervisor  Hsieh  -  1. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Delinquency  Prevention 

Commission.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-32,   Resolution  No.  900-92 

(Glen  Eagleson,  vice  Pauline  Chu,  resigned,  for  the  unexpired 
portion  of  term  ending  December  31,  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Drug  Abuse  Advisory  Board. 

(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-33,   Resolution  No.  901-92 

(Donald  Sanders,  public  slot,  vice  Wilbert  K.  Battle,  Sr., 
resigned,  for  the  unexpired  portion  of  term  ending  October  1, 
1993.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Maher  -  3. 

[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Senior  Services  Plan  Task 

Force.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-36,   Resolution  No.  902-92 


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(Lee  Ann  Monfredini,  Commission  on  the  Aging,  vice  Betty  Lou 
Treguboff,  resigned,  for  the  unexpired  portion  of  term  ending 
July  1,  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Maher  -  3. 

[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Mental  Health  Advisory  Board. 

(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-39,   Resolution  No.  903-92 

(Richard  H.  Samples,  Jr.,  vice  M.  Roy  Crew,  consumer,  resigned, 
for  the  unexpired  portion  of  term  ending  January  31,  1993.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Maher  -  3. 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  City-Wide  Alcoholism  Advisory 

Board.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-43,   Resolution  No.  904-92 

(Joe  Caruso,  vice  Frank  Spinelli,  resigned,  for  the  unexpired 
portion  of  the  three-year  term  ending  July  1,  1995; 

Louis  J.  Dunn,  vice  Alonzo  Gallaread,  removed,  for  the  unexpired 
portion  of  the  three-year  term  ending  July  1,  1994; 

Robert  L.  Nelson,  Jr.,  vice  Gonzalo  Gonzalez,  removed,  for  the 
unexpired  portion  of  the  three-year  ending  July  1,  1994.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Maher  -  3. 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Drug  Abuse  Advisory  Board, 
terms  expired,  for  the  three-year  terms,  ending  October  1,  1995, 
(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

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File  92-92-44.1,   Resolution  No.  905-92 

Mary  A.  Robinson,  public  slot,  vice  herself; 
Jacquie  H.  Hansen,  public  slot,  vice  herself; 
Iris  C.  Garcia,  public  slot,  vice  Jess  Centeno.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Maher  -  3. 

From  the  Board 

Report  Given 

Report  by  the  General  Manager,  Municipal  Railway,  or  his 
representative,  on  the  maintenance  problems  with  the  light  rail 
vehicles,  whether  substitutes  for  the  LRVs  are  available  and  to 
assess  the  impact  of  the  maintenance  cuts  on  the  availability  of 
said  vehicles. 

File  7-92-8 

A  representative  from  the  Municipal  Railway  appeared  and  spoke 
to  a  report  on  The  Effects  Of  Fiscal  Year  1992-93  Budget  Reductions 
On  Municipal  Railway's  Light  Rail  Vehicle  Maintenance  Program,  dated 
October  19,  1992  (copy  of  which  is  on  file  with  the  Clerk  of  the 
Board  of  Supervisors). 

COMMITTEE  REPORTS 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Juan  Gamez  against 

the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $47,500.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-59,   Ordinance  No. 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C90-3150-VRW) 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Sean  Ormsby 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $12,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-60,   Ordinance  No. 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C-91-3915-SBA) 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Helen  DaSilva,  et 

al.,  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $65,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-62,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  934  606) 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Lula  Kirby  against 

the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-63,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  930  689) 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

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Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Olivia  Lee  v.  American  Telephone 
and  Telegraph  Co.,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $5,000  and 
release  of  lien.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-20,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  902  543) 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Antoinetta  Williams  v.  Jehad 
Husary,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-21,   Ordinance  No. 

(Municipal  Court  No.  056  700) 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Ordinance  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of  James 

C.  Brooks  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-21,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Hallinan  presented  as  recommendation  of 
administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

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Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher  -  2. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 
The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  person: 
Dehnert  Queen. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 

Severed  from  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 

Supervisor  Shelley  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar 
and  considered  separately. 

Consideration  Continued 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Eighth 

Avenue,  for  a  Halloween  block  party   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  42-92-54,   Resolution  No. 

(Eighth  Avenue,  between  Lincoln  Way  and  Irving  Street  on 
Saturday,  October  31,  1992,  3:00  p.m.  until  9:00  p.m.) 

(October  13,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  19,  1992.) 

Supervisor  Shelley,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Conroy,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  October  26,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  5. 

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On  advice  of  the  City  Attorney,  the  President  directed  the 
following  measure  be  severed  from  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  and  considered  separately. 

Scheduled  For  Public  Hearing; 
Consideration  Continued 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  16th  Street, 
for  Halloween  celebration  and  waiving  the  requirement  that  sponsor 
provide  insurance.   (Supervisor  Britt) 

File  42-92-55,   Resolution  No. 

(16th  Street,  between  Market  and  Sanchez  Streets,  on  Saturday, 
October  31,  1992,  from  4:00  p.m.  to  7:00  p.m.) 

(October  13,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  19,  1992.) 

The  City  Attorney  has  advised  that  this  matter  must  be  handled 
as  an  appeal  from  an  Interdepartmental  Staff  Committee  on  Traffic 
and  Transportation  denial  of  a  temporary  street  closing  rather  than 
a  late  application.   Thus  an  appeal  hearing  is  required.   The  Clerk 
recommends  the  appeal  hearing  be  calendared  for  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  meeting  on  October  26,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  and  schedule  public  hearing  appealing  the 
decision  of  the  Interdepartmental  Staff  Committee  on  Traffic  and 
Transportation  for  October  26,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

Motion  to  continue  consideration  and  schedule  public  hearing 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  5. 

The  Board  thereupon  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following 
items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 

Adopted 

[Police] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Police  Commission  to  allow 
Police  Officer  Bob  Geary  to  use  his  professional  judgment  in  using 
non-traditional  "tools"  to  gain  the  trust  of  the  public. 
(Supervisor  Alioto) 

Pile  207-92-10,   Resolution  No.  932-92 

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(October  13,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  19,     1992.) 

Adopted. 

[Federal  Emergency  Management  Agency] 

Resolution  urging  the  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  promptly 
appeal  the  Federal  Emergency  Management  Agency  decision  to  deny  San 
Francisco's  request  for  funding  to  assist  the  owners  of  property  on 
7th  Avenue  whose  homes  were  damaged  as  a  result  of  the  Loma  Prieta 
earthquake.   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  270-92-5,   Resolution  No.  914-92 

(October  13,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration  on 
October  19,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  5 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-42,   Resolution  No.  868-92 

(Mary  Gomez  Daddio,  member.  Human  Rights  Commission, 
October  16  -  18,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

f     (The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 

additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 


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Adopted 

[Louis*  Restaurant] 

Resolution  declaring  the  desire  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  to  see 

Louis'  Restaurant  remain  in  its  current  location  in  the  Sutro 

Heights  area,  and  urging  his  Honor,  the  Mayor,  to  urge  the  Golden 

Gate  National  Recreation  Area  to  keep  Louis'  Restaurant  in  its 

present  location  as  they  proceed  with  their  Sutro  area  improvement 

plans. 

File  13-92-17,   Resolution  No.  875-92 

Supervisor  Conroy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Federal  Legislation] 

Resolution  urging  the  passage  of  HR  429,  relating  to  water 

utilization. 

File  13-92-18,   Resolution  No.  869-92 

Supervisor  Maher  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Godeus 
Street,  between  Mission  and  Coleridge  Streets  on  Saturday,  October 
24,  1992,  12  noon  until  11:00  p.m.  for  a  block  party. 

File  42-92-56,   Resolution  No.  870-92 

Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 
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[Transfer  of  Sick  Leave  and  Vacation  Benefits] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  amending  Section  16.9-29, 
relating  to  the  transfer  of  sick  leave  and  vacation  benefits  to 
catastrophically  ill  employees,  by  eliminating  the  limitation  on  the 
maximum  number  of  hours  that  can  be  transferred  to  an  employee  for 
any  single  catastrophic  illness.   (Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.) 
Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  97-92-62 

[Medical  Waste  Generator  Procedures,  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code  by  adding  Article  25,  Sections  1401 
through  1413,  to  provide  a  program  for  enforcement  of  the  California 
Medical  Waste  Management  Act  and  for  registration,  permitting, 
inspections  and  administrative  fees  for  medical  waste  generators, 
treatment  and  storage  facilities.   (Supervisor  Alioto  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  118-92-8 

[Service  Authority  for  Freeways  and  Expressways] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Metropolitan  Transportation  Commission  to 
act  as  a  Service  Authority  for  Freeways  and  Expressways  (SAFE)  in 
the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco.   (Supervisor  Britt 
presented.)   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  85-92-1 


Referred  to  Board 

[Street  Artists] 

Resolution  designating  temporary  Downtown  Area  selling  spaces  for 
street  artists  certified  by  the  Art  Commission,  for  the  Christmas 
Season,  1992,  beginning  on  November  15,  1992  and  ending  on  January 
15,  1993.   (Supervisor  Hallinan  presented.)   Referred  to  Board 
October  26,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar, 

File  169-92-4.1 

Requests  for  Hearings; 

File  75-92-4,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  renaming  Fitch 
Street  to  Arelious  Walker  Drive.   Referred  to  City  Services 
Committee. 

File  197-92-5,  By  Supervisor  Hallinan:   To  consider  the  final 
recommendations  of  the  Cultural  Affairs  Task  Force.   Referred  to 
Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  October  28, 
1992  meeting. 


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Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  27-92-10.   [Airport  -  Lease  Modification]  Approving 
Modification  No.  1  of  land  lease  between  American  Airlines,  Inc.  and 
the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  acting  by  and  through  its 
Airports  Commission.   (Airports  Commission)   Finance 

File  45-92-65.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Bennie  Alexander,  et  al.  against  the  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco  by  payment  of  $100,000.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  47-92-7.   [Vallejo  Street  Garage]  Authorizing  the  San  Francisco 
Parking  Authority,  acting  on  behalf  of  the  City,  to  terminate  the 
City's  lease  with  Metropolitan  Parking  Corporation  for  the  operation 
of  the  Vallejo  Street  garage,  and  to  award  an  interim,  temporary 
operating  agreement  for  operation  of  such  garage  until  a  public 
bidding  procedure  for  the  long-term  operation  of  the  garage  is 
completed.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic)   Finance 

File  97-92-59.   [Public  Health  Contracts]  Amending  Administrative 
Code  by  adding  Section  19A.31  to  permit  the  Department  of  Public 
Health  to  enter  into  indemnification  agreements  with  the  California 
Family  Planning  Council  enabling  the  Department  of  Public  Health  to 
participate  in  family  planning  services.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance 

File  97-92-61.   [Fee  Surcharges]  Amending  Administrative  Code  by 
adding  Chapter  lOF,  to  establish  a  surcharge  on  plan,  permit 
environmental  review,  and  related  fees  to  recover  costs  for 
acquiring  office  space  at  1660  Mission  Street;  companion  measure  to 
File  172-92-15.   (Chief  Administrative  Officer)   Finance 

File  172-92-15.   [Agreement)  Approving  and  authorizing  the  execution 
and  delivery  of  an  agreement  of  purchase  and  sale  for  real  estate, 
(including  certain  indemnities  and  the  release  of  the  seller 
contained  therein),  an  assignment  of  agreement  for  purchase  and  sale 
agreement  of  real  estate,  a  facilities  lease  (including  certain 
indemnities  contained  therein),  a  trust  agreement  (including  certain 
indemnities  contained  therein),  and  an  official  statement; 
authorizing  the  distribution  of  an  official  notice  inviting  bids  in 
connection  with  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  Certificates  of 
Participation  (1660  Mission  Street  Project)  Series  1993;  authorizing 
the  Chief  Administrative  Officer  to  fix  rents  to  be  charged  and  to 
submit  budgets  for  approval;  authorizing  and  ratifying  execution  of 
documents  reasonably  necessary  for  the  execution,  delivery  and  sale 
of  the  Certificates  of  Participation;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant 
to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1,  all  in  connection  with  the 
acquisition  and  leasing  of  the  1660  Mission  Street  property; 
companion  measure  to  File  97-92-61.   (Chief  Administrative  Officer) 
Finance 


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Resolution  Referred  to  Committee 

File  172-92-14.   [Agreement  -  Federal  Transit  Administration] 
Authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  execute  a  Full 
Funding  Grant  Agreement  with  the  Federal  Transit  Administration  for 
the  Municipal  Railway  Metro  Turnback  Project.   (Public  Utilities 
Commission)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Director  of 
Public  Works  to  determine  the  reasons  for  granting  a  new  permit  for 
570  Page  Street  given  the  previous  decision  not  to  reinstate  an 
expired  permit  and  given  the  potentially  harmful  effects  on  the 
neighborhood  by  the  proposed  development. 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Director  of 
Parking  and  Traffic  to  ascertain  whether  any  action  has  been  taken 
or  feasibility  studies  done  regarding  the  move  of  the  Municipal 
Railway  bus  stop  from  the  middle  of  the  3200  block  of  Folsom  to  near 
the  crosswalk  at  Montezuma  and  any  studies  done  regarding  the 
adherence  of  traffic  laws  and  possible  safety  improvements  near  the 
Immaculate  Conception  Elementary  School  on  Folsom  Street,  between 
Bernal  Heights  Boulevard  and  Precita  Street. 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director  of  Parking  and 
Traffic  to  inquire  about  any  background  information  or  feasibility 
studies  regarding  the  issuance  of  special  permits  to  allow  certain 
persons  to  park  in  any  residential  parking  area  and  would  establish 
qualifications  and  procedures  so  that  those  who  have  a  legitimate 
need  for  such  a  special  permit,  such  as  the  Visiting  Nurses,  could 
obtain  them. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director  of  Parking 
and  Traffic,  to  inquire  whether  the  Department  can  investigate  the 
feasibility  of  installing  Stop  signs  in  key  locations  in  the  Glen 
Park  neighborhood,  including  the  intersection  of  Elk  and  Chenery 
Streets. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  resolution  urging 
his  Honor,  the  Mayor,  to  declare  and  issue  a  proclamation  making 
December  8,  1992,  which  is  International  Human  Rights  Day,  as 
"Rigoberta  Menchu  Day  in  San  Francisco"  in  honor  of  her  work  in 
behalf  of  human  rights  for  the  people  of  Guatemala  and  for  receiving 
the  1992  Nobel  Peace  Prize  Award. 

By  Supervisor  Hallinan,  that  the  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 
prepare  legislation  eliminating  the  Board  of  Supervisors'  vehicle 
from  the  budget  for  consideration  at  the  Administration  and 
Oversight  Committee  October  27,  1992  meeting. 


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ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
4:35  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  1_ 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Monday,  October  26,  1992 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


CItjr  and  Covntjr  of  San  Francisco 


JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  October  26,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
fmet  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
[Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:13  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
iKennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Maher  -  3. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:14  p.m. 

Supervisor  Britt  was  noted  present  at  2:52  p.m. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Lease] 

[Ordinance  approving  lease  between  Recreation  and  Park  with  Theatre 
Bay  Area  to  operate  a  discount  ticket  booth  at  Union  Square  Garage; 
requesting  the  lessee  to  provide  discount  memberships  to  at  least  50 
members  of  the  Recreation  and  Park  Department's  Young  People's  Teen 
Musical  Theater.   (Recreation  and  Park  Department) 

[File  65-92-13,   Ordinance  No.  355-92 

Finally  passed. 


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Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Comniittee 

Finally  Passed 

[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Hank  Scoepp 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $40,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-49,   Ordinance  No.  321-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  905-154.) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Patricia  F.  et 

al.,  against  the  City  and  County.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-55,   Ordinance  No.  322-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  936-004.) 

Finally  passed. 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Kwok-Keung  Yan 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-56,   Ordinance  No.  323-92 

(DFEH  Charge  No.  FEP  90-91-A8-0258p. ) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Carlos  Eduardo 

Cordon  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $15,500.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-57,   Ordinance  No.  324-92 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C91-4215-RHS) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Kish  against  the 

City  and  County  by  payment  of  $83,416.71.   (City  Attorney) 


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File  45-92-58,   Ordinance  No.  325-92 
(Superior  Court  No.  936  356.) 
Finally  passed. 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Juan  Gamez  against 

the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $47,500.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-59,   Ordinance  No.  326-92 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C90-3150-VRW) 

Finally  passed. 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Sean  Ormsby 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $12,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-60,   Ordinance  No.  327-92 

(U.S.  District  Court  No.  C-91-3915-SBA) 

Finally  passed. 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Edward  J.  Schach, 

et  al.,  V.  Harry  Britt,  et  al.,  by  payment  of  $675,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-61,   Ordinance  No.  328-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  716  384  and  Court  Appeal  No.  A036103) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Helen  DaSilva,  et 

al.,  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $65,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-62,   Ordinance  No.  329-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  934  606) 

Finally  passed. 


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[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Lula  Kirby  against 

the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-63,   Ordinance  No.  330-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  930  689) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County  v, 

Frederick  C.  Kracke.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-19,   Ordinance  No.  331-92 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Olivia  Lee  v.  American  Telephone 
and  Telegraph  Co.,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $5,000  and 
release  of  lien.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-20,   Ordinance  No.  332-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  902  543) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Antoinetta  Williams  v.  Jehad 
Husary,  et  al.,  upon  receipt  of  the  sum  of  $7,500  and  dismissal  of 
complaint.   (City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-21,   Ordinance  No.  333-92 

(Municipal  Court  No.  056  700) 

Finally  passed. 


(Settlement  of  Claim] 

Ordinance  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of  James 

C.  Brooks  by  payment  of  $7,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-21,   Ordinance  No.  334-92 

Finally  passed. 


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Monday,  October  26,  1992 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 
REGULAR  CALENDAR 
UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 
Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Renaming  Civic  Auditorium] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  rename  the  Civic 
Auditorium  the  "Bill  Graham  Civic  Auditorium".   (Supervisors 
Gonzalez,  Migden,  Hallinan,  Achtenberg,  Maher,  Conroy,  Kennedy, 
Alioto,  Shelley,  Britt) 

File  97-92-58,   Ordinance  No.  336-92 

(Adds  Section  4.21.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  3. 

Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Consideration  Continued 

[Benefits  for  Unrepresented  Employees] 

Ordinance  approving  the  provision  of  dental  benefits  and  two  paid 
furlough  days  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  to  qualified  unrepresented 
employees  who  sign  a  waiver  regarding  the  1991-92  wage  freeze; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Mayor) 

File  93-92-33,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  November  2,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

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Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 


Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Garage  Lease  Documents] 

Ordinance  approving  and  adopting  St.  Mary's  Square  garage  legal 

documents  and  authorization  for  management  agreement.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  47-92-6.1,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Public  Health  Contracts] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  permit  the  Department  of 
Public  Health  to  enter  into  indemnification  agreements  with  the 
California  Family  Planning  Council  enabling  the  Department  of  Public 
Health  to  participate  in  family  planning  services;  effective 
retroactive  to  October  1,  1992.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  97-92-59,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Section  19A.31.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Board  of  Permit  Appeals  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code,  to  increase 

specified  Board  of  Permit  Appeals  filing  fees.   (Board  of  Permit 

Appeals) 

File  127-92-9,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Section  8.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


Adopted 


[Reimbursement  to  Employees] 

Resolution  authorizing  reimbursement  for  costs  of  personal  property 
of  City  and  County  employees  damaged  or  stolen  in  line  of  duty. 
(Finance  Committee) 

File  51-92-2,   Resolution  No.  928-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission/Bureau  of 
Energy  Conservation  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the 
amount  of  $50,000,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of  $15,100  based  on 
50  percent  of  personnel  costs  plus  2  percent  of  operating  expenses, 
from  the  U.S.  Department  of  Energy  and  the  Urban  Consortium  for 
energy  management  activities;  ratification  of  action  previously 
taken.   (Public  Utilities  Commission) 

File  94-92-10,   Resolution  No.  929-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  continuation  grant  of  $2,102,567,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  of  $241,709  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  AIDS  Surveillance 
Project;  placing  $11,707  on  reserve.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-52.1,   Resolution  No.  915-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Federal  Funding] 

Resolution  approving  a  1992-93  Expenditure  Plan  for  refugee 
employment  and  training  funds;  authorizing,  retroactively,  the 
President  of  the  Private  Industry  Council  of  San  Francisco,  Inc.,  to 
sign,  enter  into,  and  execute  State  contract;  and  authorizing  the 
Private  Industry  Council  to  accept  and  expend  refugee  employment  and 
training  funds  in  the  amount  of  $852,781  from  the  California 
Department  of  Social  Services.   (Private  Industry  Council) 

File  156-92-4,   Resolution  No.  930-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Agreement  -  Federal  Transit  Administration] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Public  Utilities  Commission  to  execute  a 

full  funding  grant  agreement  with  the  Federal  Transit  Administration 

for  the  Municipal  Railway  Metro  Turnback  Project.   (Public  Utilities 

Coimnission) 

File  172-92-14,   Resolution  No.  931-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Children's  Services  Plan] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  utilize  the  1992/93  Children's 
Services  Plan  ("CSP")  as  the  foundation  for  the  development  of  the 
1993/94  CSP  and  to  continue  funding,  during  the  next  fiscal  year, 
for  those  community  based  organizations  selected  to  provide  services] 
identified  in  the  1992/93  CSP.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

Pile  185-92-4,   Resolution  No.  927-92 

Supervisor  Achtenberg,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
amend  page  two,  line  13,  after  -(10/1/93-7/30/94)"  by  inserting  "fori 


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baseline  services"  and  amend  page  two,  line  18,  after  "CSP"  by- 
inserting  "for  baseline  services;  this  does  not  preclude  such 
community  based  organization  from  applying  for  additional  monies 
under  a  separate  application". 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Adopted 

[Permit] 

Resolution  granting  revocable  permission  to  Fillmore  Center 
Associates  to  install  conduits  under  O'Farrell  and  Eddy  Streets, 
west  of  Fillmore  Street,  for  life  safety  and  security  systems  at 
Fillmore  Center  (Block  707,  Lots  20-42;  Block  731,  Lot  17  and  Block 
750,  Lot  19);  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code 
Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  10-92-5,   Resolution  No.  922-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 


[Permit] 

Resolution  granting  revocable  permission  to  Kaiser  Foundation 
Hospital  to  realign  the  curb,  construct  a  plaza  and  other  related 
street  improvements  at  the  southwest  corner  of  Geary  Boulevard  and 
St.  Joseph's  Avenue  fronting  2425  Geary  Boulevard  (Assessor's  Block 
1095,  Lot  19);  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code 
Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  10-92-6,   Resolution  No.  923-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Maher  -  2. 

SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held 

[Appeal  Hearing] 

Hearing  appealing  decision  of  the  Interdepartmental  Staff  Committee 
on  Traffic  and  Transportation  (ISCOTT)  letter,  dated  October  8,  1992 
denying  The  Sisters  of  Perpetual  Indulgence,  Inc.  application  for 
approval  of  temporary  closing  of  Sixteenth  Street  between  Market  and 
Sanchez  Streets  from  4:00  p.m.  to  7:00  p.m.,  Saturday,  October  31, 
1992  for  a  Halloween  Celebration. 

File  42-92-55 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Ken  Bunch; 
Don  Chee. 

Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  16th  Street, 
for  a  Halloween  celebration  and  waiving  the  requirement  that  sponsor 
provide  insurance.   (Supervisor  Britt) 

File  42-92-55,   Resolution  No.  925-92 

(16th  Street,  between  Market  and  Sanchez  Streets,  on  Saturday, 
October  31,  1992,  from  4:00  p.m.  to  7:00  p.m.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Hsieh,  Maher  -  2. 

Recess 

At  the  direction  of  the  President,  the  Board,  at  the  hour  of 
2:35  p.m.,  recessed  to  convene  in  closed  session  pursuant  to 
Government  Code  Section  54956.9  (a)  to  discuss  litigation  now 
pending  under  Stone  v.  San  Francisco,  USDC  No.  C.78-2774-WHO,  which 
is  the  jail  overcrowding  lawsuit. 


Reconvening  of  the  Board 
The  Board,  at  the  hour  of  3:25  p.m.,  reconvened. 


Monday,  October  26,  1992 


Calling  the  Roll 

On  call  of  the  roll  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted 
present : 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Kennedy,  Shelley  -  7. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Hallinan  was  noted  present  at  3:26  p.m. 

Report  on  Closed  Session 

Deputy  City  Attorney  Theodore  Lakey  reported  that  the  Board  had 
met  in  closed  session  with  the  City  Attorney  concerning  pending 
litigation  as  provided  in  the  Government  Code. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 
The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 


Henry  Clark; 

Dehnert  Queen; 

Daniel  Piece; 

Perry  Isreale; 

Richard,  Eighth  Avenue  resident; 

Richard  Rodgers. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required. 


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Adopted 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Eighth 

Avenue,  for  a  Halloween  block  party   (Supervisor  Shelley) 

File  42-92-54,   Resolution  No.  924-92 

(Eighth  Avenue,  between  Lincoln  Way  and  Irving  Street  on 
Saturday,  October  31,  1992,  3:00  p.m.  until  9:00  p.m.) 

(October  19,  1992  -  Consideration  continued  to  October  26,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Street  Artists] 

Resolution  designating  temporary  Downtown  area  selling  spaces  for 
street  artists  certified  by  the  Art  Commission,  for  the  Christmas 
Season,  1992,  beginning  on  November  15,  1992  and  ending  on  January 
15,  1993.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  169-92-4.1,   Resolution  No.  926-92 

(October  19,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
October  26,  1992.) 

Adopted . 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden  -  5. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye- 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-43,   Resolution  No.  916-92 

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(Roberta  Achtenberg,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  October  21  -  23; 
Willie  B.  Kennedy,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  November  6-9; 
Buck  Bagot,  President,  Redevelopment  Agency,  October  3  -  10; 
Raymond  Baxter,  Director  of  Health,  October  15  -  16  and  November 
11  -  14;  Gordon  Chin,  member.  Public  Utilities  Commission, 
October  26  -  November  13;  Louette  Colobano,  member.  Commission  on 
the  Status  of  Women,  November  18  -  30;  Kenneth  Dowlin,  City 
Librarian,  October  31  -  November  8  and  18  -  21;  Katheryn  Fong, 
member.  Human  Rights  Commission,  October  17  -  November  4;  James  K. 
Ho,  member.  Airports  Commission,  October  20  -  November  3;  Harry 
Low,  member.  Police  Commission,  October  9  -  16;  Pierre  Ludington, 
member.  Health  Commission,  October  25  -  27;  H.  Daniel  McFarland, 
General  Manager,  Department  of  Electricity,  November  1-6; 
Joseph  A.  Medina,  Fire  Chief,  October  19  -  November  1;  Patrick  A. 
Murphy,  President,  Airports  Commission,  October  5  and  18  -  26; 
Harry  S.  Parker,  III,  Director,  Fine  Arts  Museums,  October  21  -  25 
and  November  7  -  15;  Louise  Renne,  City  Attorney,  October  25  - 
November  18;  Randall  B.  Smith,  Executive  Director,  Health  Service 
System,  October  9-11  and  18  -  24;  Roselyne  C.  Swig,  member. 
Library  Commission,  October  2-4  and  October  23  -  November  1; 
L.A.  Turpen,  Director  of  Airports,  November  6  -  15,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar . ) 

Adopted 

[Proclamation] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  issue  a  proclamation  declaring 
December  8,  1992,  International  Human  Rights  Day,  as  "Rigoberta 
Menchu  Day  in  San  Francisco",  in  honor  of  her  work  on  behalf  of 
human  rights  for  the  Native  Indian  population  of  Guatemala  and  for 
being  awarded  the  1992  Nobel  Peacie  Prize. 

File  4-92-27,   Resolution  No.  917-92 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  honoring  Henry  Berman. 

File  6-92-22,   Resolution  No.  918-92 

Supervisors  Gonzalez,  Kennedy,  Shelley,  Conroy,  Hallinan 
presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


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[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Claude 
Lane,  between  Bush  and  Sutter  Streets  on  Wednesday,  October  28, 
1992,  from  4:30  p.m.  until  8:30  p.m.,  for  a  rally. 

File  42-92-57,   Resolution  No.  919-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of  Stevenson 
Street,  between  Third  and  Annie  Streets  on  Sunday,  November  8,  1992 
10:00  a.m.  until  6:00  p.m.  for  a  benefit. 

File  42-92-59,   Resolution  No.  920-92 

Supervisor  Kennedy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Tunnel  Project] 

Resolution  urging  the  Port  of  San  Francisco  to  wdrk  with  the  San 
Francisco  County  Transportation  Authority,  the  Joint  Powers  Board, 
the  California  Department  of  Transportation  and  relevant  federal 
agencies  in  seeking  1-280  transfer  of  funds  for  the  Tunnel  Project. 

File  171-92-7,   Resolution  No.  921-92 

Supervisors  Hsieh,  Kennedy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 


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[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of 
Twenty-fourth  Street  (south  side  only),  between  Alabama  and  Bryant 
Streets  on  Sunday,  November  29,  1992,  12  Noon  until  6:00  p.m.  for  a 
street  fair.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic 
and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  42-92-58 

[City-wide  Managerial  and  Financial  Audit] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  undertake  a  comprehensive  program  of 
management  and  financial  audits  of  all  City  departments  to  determine 
areas  of  duplication  and  waste  and  to  provide  recommendations  to 
maintain  city  services  while  reducing  the  cost  of  operations, 
including  amendments  to  the  Charter.   (Supervisors  Kennedy  and 
Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  266-92-1 

Requests  for  Hearings; 

File  107-92-3,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  the  delay 
experienced  by  the  Department  of  Social  Services  in  occupying  space 
at  1235  Mission  Street  (Delta  Dental  Building).   Referred  to  City 
Services  Committee. 

File  195-92-1.1,  By  Supervisor  Migden:   To  consider  a  long-range 
plan  to  alleviate  jail  overcrowding.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  207-92-12,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  the  City's 
response  to  increased  crime  and  violence  in  the  Mission  District. 
Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  244-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:   To  consider  the  status  of 
negotiations  between  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  and  the 
United  States  Navy  regarding  the  Hunters  Point  Naval  Shipyard. 
Referred  to  Select  Committee  on  Hunters  Point  Naval  Shipyard  and 
Presidio  Army  Base  Closures. 

File  267-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  enacting 
legislation  setting  minimum  safety  standards  for  buildings  the  City 
proposes  to  purchase  or  lease.   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social 
Policy  Committee. 

File  267-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  the  seismic  safety 
status  of  2789  25th  Street,  the  Paramedic  Division  Headquarters. 
Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 


ft. 


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File  46-92-22.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  against  Bill  Rayson 
Louie,  Wai  Lan  Louie,  Raymond  King  Tong  Lui,  and  Tracy  Fung  Sum  Lui 
by  accepting  consideration  in  the  total  amount  of  $21,000  payable  in 
cash  and  discharging  said  persons  above-named  from  further 
liability.   (Tax  Collector)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  46-92-23.   [Settlement  of  Lawsuit]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  against  Albert  F. 
Vella  for  $8,000  to  be  paid  to  the  General  Fund.   (City  Attorney) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  65-92-11.   [Lease  of  Property]  Authorizing  and  approving  lease 
of  City-owned  property  at  1800  Oakdale  Avenue  (southeast  Community 
Facility,  northwest  corner  of  Phelps  Street  and  Oakdale  Avenue)  to 
the  San  Francisco  Community  College  District.   (Real  Estate 
Department)   Finance 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  38-92-25.   [Gift  Acceptance]  Accepting  one  gift  valued  at 
$5,480,  from  Wells  Fargo  Bank,  for  publication  of  the  Recreation  and 
Park  Department  Summer  Activities  Brochure.   (Recreation  and  Park 
Department)   Finance 

File  48-92-23.   [Settlement  of  Claim]  Approving  the  settlement  of 
the  unlitigated  claim  of  Sandy  D'Agostino  by  payment  of  $6,000. 
(City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  64-92-24.   [Lease  of  Real  Property]  Authorizing  a  new  lease  of 
real  property  at  10  United  Nations  Plaza,  Suite  260,  for  the  Mayor's 
Office  of  Children,  Youth  and  Their  Families.   (Real  Estate 
Department)   Finance 

File  79-92-3.   [Federal  Funding  -  Community  Development]  Approving 
the  1993  Community  Development  Program,  authorizing  the  Mayor  on 
behalf  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  apply  for, 
receive,  and  expend  the  City's  1993  Community  Development  Block 
Grant  (CDBG)  entitlement  from  the  U.S.  Department  of  Housing  and 
Urban  Development;  transfer  and  expend  reprogrammed  funds  from  prior 
year  Community  Development  Programs  and  program  income  generated  by 
the  San  Francisco  Redevelopment  Agency  up  to  $21,708,373,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  of  $80,000;  approving  expenditure  schedules 
for  recipient  departments  and  agencies  and  for  indirect  costs,  and 
determining  no  environmental  evaluation  is  required,  authorizing  the 
receipt  and  deposit  in  contingencies  of  1993  CDBG  entitlement  funds 
in  excess  of  $21,708,373.   (Mayor)  Finance 

File  171-92-6.   [Freeway  Interchange]  Urging  the  San  Francisco 
County  Transportation  Authority  to  remove  the  proposed  Interstate 
280  Interchange  at  Islais  Creek  Project  from  the  State 
Transportation  Improvement  Program,  and  reprogram  the  funds  for 
other  priority  projects,  with  first  consideration  for  other  roadway 
projects.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 


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Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Hsieh,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  ordinance  setting 
minimum  safety  standards  for  buildings  the  City  proposes  to  purchase 
or  lease. 

By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  City  Attorney  research  the  following 
items  to  determine  whether  or  not  it  would  be  legal  and  appropriate 
to  amend  the  Minority  Business  Enterprise/Women  Business 
Enterprise/Local  Business  Enterprise  ordinance  to  require  the 
following:   (1)  Require  the  Human  Rights  Commission  staff  to  provide 
tracking  data  of  all  minority  groups;  (2)  enforce  all  provisions  of 
the  ordinance,  such  as,  but  not  limited  to,  publication  at  regular 
intervals  of  tracking  data  report  and  contract  performance  reports 
for  public  review.   Insert  in  the  ordinance,  a  mechanism  to 
guarantee  all  ordinance  provisions  are  monitored  and  implemented; 

(3)  levy  one  percent  penalty  for  failure  to  pay  within  45  days  prime 
contractors  for  work  performed.   Require  that  all  subcontractors  be 
paid  within  10  calendar  days  after  prime  contractors  have  been  paid; 

(4)  establish  department  goals  and  enforce  them.   The  current 
ordinance  does  not  establish  any  goals  for  each  department  so  that 
Human  Rights  Commission  is  unable  to  measure  its  compliance  records 
over  a  given  period  of  time;  (5)  require  a  timely  notification  of 
contract  modifications  which  result  in  an  increase  of  the  initial 
contract  dollars  by  $50,000  or  by  ten  percent,  whichever  is 
greater.   Also  require  these  modified  contracts  to  be  publicly  bid 
out  in  compliance  with  the  ordinance;  (6)  require  Human  Rights 
Commission  staff  to  collect  and  report  all  close  out  contract  dollar 
amounts;  (7)  requires  Human  Rights  Commission  to  establish  a 
systematic  process  of  review  and  analysis  of  contracts  awarded  to 
different  minority  groups;  (8)  change  the  definition  of  Local 
Business  Enterprise  so  that  only  those  businesses  that  pay  the 
City's  payroll  taxes  by  employing  people  in  their  San  Francisco 
offices  or  those  businesses  that  procure  at  least  five  percent  of 
their  procurement  dollars  from  San  Francisco  Minority  Business 
Enterprises  qualify  as  Local  Business  Enterprise. 

By  Supervisors  Britt,  Migden,  Alioto,  that  letter  be  sent  through 
His  Honor,  the  Mayor,  to  the  Honorable  Police  Commission  requesting 
clarification  of  policy  concerning  use  of  police  officers  to  issue 
parking  tickets  near  Stanyan  Street. 

By  Supervisor  Britt,  that  City  Attorney  be  requested  to  review 
whether  a  Municipal  Railway  employee's  domestic  partner  is  entitled 
to  benefits  such  as  a  fast  pass  and  dental  coverage.   It  appears 
that  denial  of  such  benefits  does  not  appear  to  be  consistent  with 
the  City's  non-discrimination  laws. 

Select  Committee  on  Hunter's  Point  Navy  Shipyard 

and 
The  Presidio  Army  Base  Closures 


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President  Shelley  announced  the  following  membership  of  the 
Select  Committee  on  Hunter's  Point  Navy  Shipyard  and  The  Presidio 
Army  Base  Closures  as  follows: 

Supervisor  Kevin  Shelley,  Chair; 
Supervisor  Willie  B.  Kennedy,  Vice  Chair; 
Supervisor  Jim  Gonzalez. 

Motions  Adopted 

Notion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

John  J.  Walsh  (Supervisor  Britt) 
Samuel  Liu  (Supervisor  Britt) 

File  2-92-43 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
3:57  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Monday,  October  26,  1992 


Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  MAT  I  /  IVVJ 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  November  2,    1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:10  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy  -  3. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  excused.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Britt  excused.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Conroy  was  noted  present  at  2:11  p.m. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Achtenberg  requested  to  be 
excused  from  attending  today's  meeting. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
excuse  Supervisor  Achtenberg  from  attendance. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh  -  3. 


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Supervisor  Britt  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Britt  requested  to  be 
excused  from  attendance  until  his  arrival. 

Supervisor  Naher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
excuse  Supervisor  Britt  £rom  attendance  until  his  arrival. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Hsieh  -  3. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Garage  Lease  Documents] 

Ordinance  approving  and  adopting  St.  Mary's  Square  garage  legal 

documents  and  authorization  for  management  agreement.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  47-92-6.1,   Ordinance  No.  337-92 

Finally  passed. 


[Public  Health  Contracts] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  to  permit  the  Department  of 
Public  Health  to  enter  into  indemnification  agreements  with  the 
California  Family  Planning  Council  enabling  the  Department  of  Public 
Health  to  participate  in  family  planning  services;  effective 
retroactive  to  October  1,  1992.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  97-92-59,   Ordinance  No.  339-92 

(Adds  Section  19A.31.) 

Finally  passed.  ' 


[Board  of  Permit  Appeals  Fees] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code,  to  increase 

specified  Board  of  Permit  Appeals  filing  fees.   (Board  of  Permit 

Appeals) 

File  127-92-9,   Ordinance  No.  340-92 


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(Amends  Section  8.) 
Finally  passed. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Litigation) 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Lumir  J.  Cerny 

against  the  City  and  County,  et  al.,  by  payment  of  $10,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-64,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  900-755) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Bennie  Alexander, 

et  al.,  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $100,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-65,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  913-176) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Claim  Numbers  9100987  and 
9100992  filed  against  the  City  and  County,  et  al.,  by  payment  of 
$36,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-22,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Recommendations  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Adopted 

[Stop  Intersections) 

Resolution  designating  certain  intersections  as  "Stop" 

intersections.   (Economic  and  Social  Policy) 

File  18-92-13,   Resolution  No.  938-92 


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(Stop  Signs  -  Establish 

Balceta  Avenue  and  Laguna  Honda  Boulevard,  northeast  and 

southwest  corners,  stopping  Balceta  Avenue  traffic. 

Balceta  and  Vasquez  Avenues,  northeast  corner,  stopping  Balceta 
Avenue  traffic. 

Vasquez  Avenue  and  Laguna  Honda  Boulevard,  southwest  corner, 
stopping  Vasquez  Avenue  traffic. 

Garcia  and  Hernandez  Avenues,  southeast  corner,  stopping  Garcia 
Avenue . 

Hernandez  and  Merced  Avenues,  southeast  corner,  stopping 
Hernandez  Avenue  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

Utah  and  Mariposa  Streets,  all  corners,  stopping  all  approaches 
(makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

16th  and  De  Haro  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  16th  Street  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

Ankeny,  Alder  and  Ordway  Streets,  southwest  and  northeast 
corners,  stopping  Alder  and  Ordway  Streets. 

Brussels  and  Ward  Streets,  all  corners,  stopping  all  approaches 
(makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

Goettingen  and  Ward  Streets,  all  corners,  stopping  all 
approaches  (makes  this  an  all-way  Stop). 

Bowdoin  and  Olmstead  Streets,  northeast  and  southwest  corners, 
stopping  Olmstead  Street. 

Britton  Street  and  Visitacion  Avenue,  northwest  and  southeast 
corners,  stopping  Britton  Street. 

Colby  and  Olmstead  Streets,  northwest  and  southeast  corners, 
stopping  Colby  Street. 

Goettingen  and  Olmstead  Streets,  northwest  and  southeast 
corners,  stopping  Goettingen  Street. 

Loehr  Street  and  Visitacion  Avenue,  northwest  and  southeast 
corners,  stopping  Loehr  Street. 

Rutland  Street  and  Tucker  Avenue,  northeast  and  southwest 
corners,  stopping  Tucker  Avenue. 

17th  and  Harrison  Streets,  all  corners,  stopping  all  approaches 
(makes  this  an  all-way  Stop).) 

Adopted. 


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[Parking  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  and  extending  parking  regulations  on  various 

streets.   (Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  19-92-13,   Resolution  No.  939-92 

(No  Parking  Anytime  -  Establish 

Greenwich  Street,  east  terminus  at  Telegraph  Hill  Boulevard 
around  traffic  island  and  curb  at  the  end  portion. 

Mars  Street,  west  side,  from  17th  Street  to  105  feet  southerly 
(105-foot  zone) . 

Tow-Away,  No  Parking  Anytime  -  Establish 

France  Avenue,  south  side,  from  100  feet  east  of  Moscow  Street 

to  east  terminus  (75-foot  zone). 

Parking  Meter  Area  Number  Three  (3),  One-Hour  Parking  Time  Limit 

-  Extend 

Potrero  Avenue,  west  side,  between  15th  and  16th  Streets. 

Market  Street,  north  side,  between  Duboce  Avenue  and  Church 
Street. 

Two-Hour  Parking  Time  Limit,  9  AM-6  PM,  Monday-Saturday  - 

Establish 

Hayes  Street,  both  sides,  between  Octavia  and  Laguna  Streets.) 

Adopted. 


[Parking  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  parking  regulations  on  various  streets. 

(Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee) 

File  19-92-14,   Resolution  No.  940-92 

(Motorcycle  Parking  (Non-Metered)  -  Establish 

Montgomery  Street,  south  terminus,  west  side,  32  feet  south  of 

Montague  Place  (7-foot  zone,  2  stalls). 

Montgomery  Street,  west  side,  from  48  feet  to  55  feet  north  of 
Union  Street  (7-foot  zone,  1  parallel  stall). 

Montgomery  Street,  east  side,  from  10  feet  to  17  feet  south  of 
Alta  Street  (7-foot  zone,  1  parallel  stall). 

Montgomery  Street,  west  side,  from  12  feet  to  19  feet  north  of 
Filbert  Street  (7-foot  zone,  1  parallel  stall). 

Montgomery  Street,  west  side,  from  42  feet  to  49  feet  north  of 
Filbert  Street  (7-foot  zone,  1  parallel  stall). 

Montgomery  Street,  west  side,  from  96  feet  to  103  feet  south  of 
Greenwich  Street  (7-foot  zone,  1  parallel  stall). 


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Montgomery  Street,  west  side,  7  feet  southerly  from' the  north 
extension  of  Greenwich  Street  (7-foot  zone,  1  parallel  stall). 

Montgomery  Street,  east  side,  from  76  feet  to  83  feet  south  of 
Alta  Street  (7-foot  zone,  1  parallel  stall). 

Perpendicular  (Right-Angle)  Parking  -  Establish 

Montgomery  Street,  east  side,  175  feet  southerly  from  Union 

Street  (175-foot  zone). 

Compact  Perpendicular  (Right  Angle)  Parking  -  Establish 
Montgomery  Street,  east  side,  from  95  feet  to  135  feet  south  of 
Alta  Street  (40-foot  zone). 

Compact  Parking  -  Establish 

Montgomery  Street,  west  side,  from  39  feet  to  54  feet  north  of 

Montague  Street  (15-foot  zone). 

Montgomery  Street,  east  side,  from  33  feet  to  48  feet  south  of 
Alta  Street  (15-foot  zone). 

Montgomery  Street,  east  side,  from  37  feet  to  104  feet  north  of 
Alta  Street  (67-foot  zone). 

Adopted. 


[Traffic  Regulations] 

Resolution  enacting  and  rescinding  traffic  regulations  on  various 

streets.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 

File  20-92-13,   Resolution  No.  937-92 

(No  Left  Turn  -  Establish 
North  Point  Street,  westbound,  at  Polk  Street. 

Tow-Away,  No  Stopping  Anytime  -  Establish 

O'Farrell  Street,  south  side,  between  Cyril  Magnin  and  Powell 

Streets. 

Mission  Street,  north  side,  225  feet  westerly  from  South  Van 
Ness  Avenue   (225-foot  zone) . 

Tow-Away,  No  Stopping  Anytime  -  Rescind 

Market  Street,  north  side,  from  Duboce  Avenue  to  175  feet  east 

of  Church  Street. 

Tow-Away,  No  Stopping  Anytime,  Except  Tour  Buses  -  Establish 
Mint  Street,  east  side,  165  feet  northerly  from  Mission  Street 
(165-foot  zone,  to  legalize  existing  condition).) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 
REGULAR  CALENDAR 
UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 
Recommendation  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Benefits  for  Unrepresented  Employees] 

Ordinance  approving  the  provision  of  dental  benefits  and  two  paid 
furlough  days  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  to  qualified  unrepresented 
employees  who  sign  a  waiver  regarding  the  1991-92  wage  freeze; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Mayor) 

File  93-92-33,   Ordinance  No.  338-92 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Airport  -  Lease  Modification] 

Ordinance  approving  Modification  No.  1  of  land  lease  between 
American  Airlines,  Inc.  and  the  City  and  County,  acting  by  and 
through  its  Airports  Commission.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-10,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


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[Vallejo  Street  Garage! 

Ordinance  authorizing  the  Parking  Authority,  acting  on  behalf  of  the 
City,  to  terminate  the  City's  lease  with  Metropolitan  Parking 
Corporation  for  the  operation  of  the  Vallejo  Street  garage,  and  to 
award  an  interim,  temporary  operating  agreement  for  operation  of 
such  garage  until  a  public  bidding  procedure  for  the  long-term 
operation  of  the  garage  is  completed.   (Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic) 

File  47-92-7,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Adopted 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  submitting  names  of  applicants  for  consideration  of 
appointment  by  the  Mayor  to  the  Advisory  Council  to  the  Mayor's 
Office  of  Child  Care.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-89-11,   Resolution  No.  941-92 

(Daniel  J.  Binet; 

Marilyn  Borovoy;  \ 

Paula  Minkus; 

Martha  G.  Roditti.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Emergency  Medical  Care 
Committee,  for  the  unexpired  portion  of  three-year  term  ending  June 
30,  1993.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-37,   Resolution  No.  942-92 

(Robert  C.  Mackersie,  M.D.,  at-large  provider,  vice  Frank  R. 
Lewis,  M.D.,  resigned.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Naher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Drug  Abuse  Advisory  Board,  for 
the  unexpired  portion  of  the  three-year  term  ending  October  1,  1993 
(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-42,   Resolution  No.  943-92 

(Charles  Louden,  provider  slot,  vice  Thomas  H.  Reichert,  R.N., 
resigned. ) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Naher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Drug  Abuse  Advisory  Board, 
terms  expired,  for  three-year  terms  ending  October  1,  1995. 
(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-44,   Resolution  No.  944-92 

(Gregory  Allen  Senegal,  provider  slot,  vice  Evelyn  Wilson; 
John  J.  Entwistle,  Jr.,  public  slot,  vice  Chester  Stern.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  City-Wide  Alcoholism  Advisory 
Board,  for  the  unexpired  portion  of  three-year  term  ending  July  1, 
1993.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-49,   Resolution  No.  965-92 

(Paula  Fiscal,  vice  Chester  Stern,  resigned.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


[Budget] 

Motion  requesting  the  Clerk  of  the  Board  to  take  steps  to  revise  the 
current  budget  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  to  make  more  appropriate 
use  of  available  resources.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  100-92-2.1 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


[Retirement  System  Audit] 

Motion  directing  the  Budget  Analyst  to  conduct  a  management  audit  of 

the  Retirement  System.   (Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Migden,  Shelley) 

File  165-92-12 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

In  connection  with  the  above  item.  Supervisor  Shelley  requested 
to  be  added  as  a  co-sponsor. 

Recommendations  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Zoning  Map  Change] 

Ordinance  adopting  the  abolition  of  setback  lines  as  an  amendment  to 
the  zoning  map  of  the  City  and  County  for  property  located  in  an 
RH-2  (House,  Two-Family)  District,  on  the  east  side  of  35th  Avenue 
between  Cabrillo  and  Fulton  Streets,  Lots  15,  15A,  15B,  16,  16A, 
16B,  16C,  17,  17A,  17B,  17C,  17D,  17E,  17F,  18,  19  and  19A  in 
Assessor's  Block  1677;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  Section 
101.1.   (Department  of  City  Planning) 

Fil«  36-92-4,  Ordinance  No. 

(Approved  by  City  Planning  Commission  Resolution  No.  13374) 
(Non-Physical  Exclusion  from  Environmental  Impact  Review) 


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Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

Consideration  Continued 

[Hazardous  Materials] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  providing  for  public  notification 
and  participation  procedures  for  unauthorized  releases  from 
underground  storage  tanks.   (Supervisors  Hallinan,  Achtenberg) 

File  257-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  1137(a),  1154(e),  1155(b); 
Adds  Section  1143.) 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  November  9,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Virginia  Conway; 
Louise  Vaughn; 
Dehnert  Queen. 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 


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File  l-92>44.   Resolution  No. 

(Roberta  Achtenberg,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  October  31  - 
November  4;  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk,  Board  of  Supervisors,  November 
29  -  December  5;  Raymond  Baxter,  Director  of  Health,  November  8  - 
15;  Marilyn  Chow,  member.  Social  Services  Commission,  October  22  - 
23  and  November  14  -  17;  Mary  Gomez  Daddio,  member.  Human  Rights 
Commission,  October  16  -  18;  Cleo  Donovan,  member.  Civil  Service 
Commission,  November  4  -  6;  Thomas  J.  Elzey,  General  Manager, 
Public  Utilities  Commission,  October  26  -  31;  Michael  Hennessey, 
Sheriff*  November  7  -  13;  Michael  P.  Huerta,  Port  Director, 
November  11  -  14;  Frederick  Jordan,  member.  Parking  and  Traffic 
Commission,  November  9  -  17;  Betty  Louie,  member.  Parking  and 
Traffic  Commission,  December  4-6,  1992.)  , 


Adopted, 


[Board  of  Supervisors  -  Automobile] 

Motion  declaring  that  the  automobile  assigned  to  the  Department  of 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  is  surplus  to  the  needs  of  the  Department 
and  directing  that  the  car  be  returned  to  the  Director  of 
Purchasing.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  54-92-6 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 

Adopted 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  Armstrong  Painting  and  Roofing  Company  for 

instituting  a  company-wide  no-smoking  policy. 

File  6-92-23,   Resolution  No.  934-92 

Supervisor  Alioto  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Elder  Abuse  Task  Force] 

Resolution  amending  Resolution  No.  322-92  which  created  an  Elder 

Abuse  Task  Force,  by  changing  the  date  by  which  the  task  force  is  to 

present  to  the  Board  of  Supervisors  a  written  report  to  July  1, 

1993. 

File  174-92-2.1,   Resolution  No.  935-92 

Supervisor  Kennedy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 


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Adopted. 


[Joint  Task  Force  on  City's  Fiscal  Crisis] 

Resolution  amending  resolution  establishing  the  Joint  Task  Force  to 

resolve  the  City's  fiscal  crisis  by  adding  two  additional  members. 

File  174-92-5.1,   Resolution  No.  936-92 

Supervisor  Migden  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt  -  2. 


OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Fictitious  Business  Name  Filing  Requirement] 

Ordinance  amending  Part  III,  Municipal  Code,  by  adding  Section  75.2 
to  require  persons  filing  a  statement  of  fictitious  business  name 
pursuant  to  California  Business  and  Professions  Code  Section  17900 
et  seq.  to  provide  proof  of  compliance,  including  payment  of  all 
appropriate  license  fees,  with  all  applicable  sections  of  Article  2 
of  Part  III  of  the  Municipal  Code.   (Supervisor  Kennedy  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  127-92-10 


[Municipal  Court  Commissioner] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  appointment  of  a  commissioner  for  the  San 

Francisco  Municipal  Court  and  assuming  all  costs  as  required  by 

State  law.   (Supervisor  Migden  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance 

Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  November  18,  1992 

meeting. 

File  198-92-3 


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Requests  for  Hearings: 

File  7-92-9,  By  Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Migden,  Shelley:   To 
consider  problems  facing  lower  Powell  Street,  including  problems 
with  the  cable  car  ticket  machines  and  the  need  for  public  access  to 
restrooms  at  public  parking  garages  and  other  locations.   Referred 
to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  100-92-9,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  the  City's 
efforts  to  secure  anticipated  revenues  and  fund  transfers  needed  to 
balance  the  1992-93  fiscal  year  budget  for  the  City  and  County. 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the 
November  4,    1992  meeting. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-66.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Brian  Bringardner,  et  al.  against  Cairns,  et  al. 
(City  Attorney)  Administration  and  Oversight 

File  45-92-67.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Tommy  McGowan  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  by  payment  of  $12,000.   (City  Attorney)   Administration 
and  Oversight 

File  97-92-63.   [Cable  Television  Access  Development  and  Programming 
Fund]  Amending  Administrative  Code  by  amending  Section  10.117-68, 
which  establishes  and  governs  the  maintenance  of  the  Cable 
Television  Access  Development  and  Programming  Fund,  by  providing  for 
the  balance  of  all  funds  remaining  in  the  fund  at  the  close  of  each 
fiscal  year  to  be  carried  forward  and  accumulated  in  said  fund. 
(Clerk  of  the  Board)  Administration  and  Oversight 

File  106-92-4.   [Salaries  and  Benefits]  Approving  the  provision  of 
salary  increases,  dental  benefits  and  two  paid  furlough  days  for 
fiscal  year  1992-93  to  the  Airport  Police  Chief  and  the  Airport 
Deputy  Police  Chief  effective  July  1,  1992  and  subject  to  the 
execution  of  waivers  regarding  the  1991-92  wage  freeze.   (Mayor) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  25-92-33.   [Contract)  Concurring  with  the  Controller's 
certification  that  Coordinator  and  Mentor  Services  for  the 
Independent  Living  Skills  Project  can  be  practically  performed  at 
the  Department  of  Social  Services  by  private  contractor  for  lower 
cost  than  similar  work  services  performed  by  City  and  County 
employees.   (Department  of  Social  Services)  Finance 


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Referred  to  Board 

File  41-92-4.   [Assessment  Costs  -  Code  Violations  Abatement] 
Confirming  report  of  assessment  costs  submitted  by  the  Director  of 
Public  Works  for  demolition  of  building  known  as  22-30  Alta  Street 
ordered  to  be  rendered  by  said  Director  pursuant  to  the  provisions 
of  Sections  203(m)  and/or  203(o)  of  the  Building  Code,  the  costs 
thereof  having  been  paid  for  out  of  the  Repair  and  Demolition  Fund. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   Scheduled  for  Public  Hearing  before 
Board  on  November  16,  1992  at  3:00  p.m. 

Referred  to  Committee 

File  64-92-25.   [Extension  of  Existing  of  Real  Property  Lease] 
Authorizing  exercise  of  an  option  to  extend  the  existing  lease  of 
Pier  70  from  the  Port  of  San  Francisco  for  use  by  the  Police 
Department.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  64-92-26.   [Lease  of  Real  Property]  Authorizing  a  new  lease  of 
real  property  at  25  Taylor  Street,  Rooms  612  and  614,  for  Department 
of  Public  Health.   (Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  89-92-20.   [State  Disability  Insurance]  Authorizing  enrollment 
of  Classification  8161  Chief,  Family  Support  Investigator  in  the 
State  Disability  Insurance  Program.   (Employee  Relations  Division) 
Administration  and  Oversight 

File  106-92-2.   [Salary  and  Wage  Division]  Authorizing  Civil  Service 
Commission  to  expend  funds  to  conduct  the  1993-94  Salary  Survey. 
(Civil  Service  Commission)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  106-92-3.   [Salary  and  Wage  Division]  Fixing  highest  generally 
prevailing  wage  rates,  private  employment  on  public  contracts. 
(Civil  Service  Commission)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  143-92-5.   [Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  Funding] 
Authorizing  the  Chief  of  Police  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of 
$110,000  made  available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice 
Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Crime  Prevention  Expansion  Project, 
Mission  Corridor";  and  agreeing  to  provide  cash  match  in  the  amount 
of  $12,222  dollars.   (Police  Commission)   Finance 

File  146-92-39.1.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of  Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  to 
accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $42,402  from  the  State  Department  of 
Health  Services;  for  an  augmentation  of  immunization  services; 
waiving  indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-40.1.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Division  of  Mental  Health  and  Substance  Abuse 
Services,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $283,000  which  includes 
indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $14,150  based  on  five  percent  of  the 
total  award  from  the  State  Department  of  Mental  Health  Services;  for 
consultation,  education  and  information  services  to  San  Francisco 
residents;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

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File  146-92-54.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  , Department 
of  Public  Health,  Special  Programs  for  Youth,  to  retroactively  apply 
for,  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $66,774  which  includes  indirect 
costs  in  the  amount  of  $11,070  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries 
from  the  American  Foundation  for  AIDS  Research,  to  investigate  the 
epidemiology  of  high  risk  adolescents  in  San  Francisco;  providing 
for  ratification  of  action  already  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)  Finance 

File  146-92-61.1.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  allocation  of 
$10,782,909,  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  funding  from  State  Department 
of  Health  Services  for  California  Healthcare  for  Indigents  Program 
(CHIP)  funds,  for  medical  services  to  indigent  persons,  professional 
services,  medical  services  contracts,  materials  and  supplies, 
facilities  rental,  personal  services,  and  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $152,841  based  on  1.658646  percent  of  County  Hospital  and 
other  Health  Services  CHIP  allocations.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Director, 
Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic,  to  determine  the  feasibility  of 
installing  additional  Stop  signs  at  the  intersection  of  18th  Street 
and  Mississippi  Street  to  create  a  four-way  stop. 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  ordinance  amending 
Police  Code  to  prohibit  the  attaching  of  political  signs  to  the 
"Path  of  Gold"  lamp  posts  along  Market  Street. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  resolution  to 
accept  gift  of  a  sculptural  bust  of  the  late  John  F.  Shelley,  Mayor 
of  San  Francisco  from  1964-68,  valued  at  approximately  $45,000  to 
$50,000,  as  provided  by  the  John  F.  Shelley  Memorial  committee,  for 
immediate  adoption  at  the  next  Board  meeting. 

By  Supervisors  Gonzalez  and  Kennedy,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent 
to  Chief  of  Police  concerning  incidents  on  the  evenings  of  October 
25th,  28th  and  29th  in  the  vicinity  of  Ninth  Avenue,  between  Judah 
and  Kirkham  Streets,  in  which  the  windows  of  cars  were  allegedly 
shot  out  by  pellet  guns,  to  determine  what  actions  the  Department 
proposes  to  take  regarding  this  problem. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  City  Attorney,  in  drafting  any  bond 
documents,  include  language  specifying  the  Minority  Business 
Enterprise/Women  Business  Enterprise  guidelines  and  requirements  to 
be  followed  after  the  bonds  are  issued. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Director  of  Public 
Health  requesting  investigation  into  possible  environmental  health 
hazards  at  the  construction  project  in  the  600  block  of  Chestnut 
Street. 


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Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Scott  Newhall  (Supervisors  Shelley,  Hsieh) 
Li  Hie  Mae  Thomas  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  2-92-44 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
2:49  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  »V¥, 


I,    John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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SAN  FRANCESCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRAHY 

Monday,   November  9,    1992 


Journal  of  Proceedings 
Board  of  Supervisors 


Glly  ani  CmmHf  af  ten  Ptandtcs 


JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  November  9,    1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:15  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Nigden  -  5. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  excused.   (see  infra.) 

Supervisor  Alioto  was  noted  present  at  2:21  p.m. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  was  noted  present  at  2:22  p.m. 

Supervisor  Hsieh  was  noted  present  at  2:20  p.m. 

Supervisor  Migden  excused.   (see  infra.) 

Supervisors  Achtenberg  and  Migden  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisors  Achtenberg  and  Migden  have 
reguested  to  be  excused  from  attending  today's  meeting. 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  to 
excuse  Supervisors  Achtenberg  and  Migden  from  attendance. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 


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Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh, 
Nigden  -  5. 


APPROVAL  OF  JOURNALS 

There  being  no  errors,  corrections  or  omissions.  Supervisor 
Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Kennedy,  moved  that  the  Journals  of 
Proceedings  for  Monday,  November  4;  Tuesday,  November  12;  and 
Monday*  November  18,  1991,  be  approved. 

Notion  carried  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh, 
Migden  -  5. 


CONSENT  CALENDAR 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Airport  -  Lease  Modification] 

Ordinance  approving  Modification  No.  1  of  land  lease  between 
American  Airlines,  Inc.  and  the  City  and  County,  acting  by  and 
through  its  Airports  Commission.   (Airports  Commission) 

File  27-92-10,   Ordinance  No.  341-92 

Finally  passed. 


[Vallejo  Street  Garage] 

Ordinance  authorizing  the  Parking  Authority,  acting  on  behalf  of  the 
City,  to  terminate  the  City's  lease  with  Metropolitan  Parking 
Corporation  for  the  operation  of  the  Vallejo  Street  garage,  and  to 
award  an  interim,  temporary  operating  agreement  for  operation  of 
such  garage  until  a  public  bidding  procedure  for  the  long-term 
operation  of  the  garage  is  completed.   (Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic) 

File  47-92-7,   Ordinance  No.  345-92 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 


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[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Lumir  J.  Cerny 

against  the  City  and  County,  et  al.,  by  payment  of  $10,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-64,   Ordinance  No.  343-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  900-755) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Bennie  Alexander. 

et  al.,  against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $100,000.   (City 

Attorney) 

File  45-92-65,   Ordinance  No.  344-92 

(Superior  Court  No.  913-176) 

Finally  passed. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  Claim  Numbers  9100987  and 
9100992  filed  against  the  City  and  County,  et  al.,  by  payment  of 
$36,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-22,   Ordinance  No.  346-92 

Finally  passed. 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Zoning  Map  Change] 

Ordinance  adopting  the  abolition  of  setback  lines  as  an  amendment  to 
the  zoning  map  of  the  City  and  County  for  property  located  in  an 
RH-2  (House,  Two-Family)  District,  on  the  east  side  of  35th  Avenue 
between  Cabrillo  and  Fulton  Streets,  Lots  15,  15A,  15B,  16,  16A, 
168,  16C,  17,  17A,  178,  17C,  17D,  17E,  17F,  18,  19  and  19A  in 
Assessor's  Block  1677;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  Section 
101.1.   (Department  of  City  Planning) 


File  36-92-4,   Ordinance  No.  342-92 


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(Approved  by  City  Planning  Commission  Resolution  No.  13374) 
(Non-Physical  Exclusion  from  Environmental  Impact  Review) 

Finally  passed. 


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The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh, 
Nigden  -  5. 

REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

[Hazardous  Materials] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  providing  for  public  notification 

and  participation  procedures  for  unauthorized  releases  from 

underground  storage  tanks.   (Supervisors  Hallinan,  Achtenberg, 

Shelley) 

File  257-92-2,   Ordinance  No. 

(Amends  Sections  1137(a),  1154(e),  1155(b); 
Adds  Section  1143.) 

Supervisor  Hallinan,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
amend  page  three,  line  seven,  after  "(c)"  by  inserting  "For  purposes 
of  this  article  "corrective  action  plan"  means  any  corrective  action 
plan  or  workplan  submitted  to  the  Department  pursuant  to  Section 
2722  or  Section  2725  of  Title  23  of  the  California  Code  of 
Regulations.";  amend  page  three,  line  nine,  after  "regulations"  by 
inserting  "or  Department  guidelines  or  regulations";  amend  page 
five,  line  13,  after  "and"  by  inserting  "sites";  amend  page  five, 
line  20,  after  "regulations"  by  inserting  "or  Department  guidelines 
or  regulations". 

Notion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh, 
Migden  -  5. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 


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Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh, 
Migden  -  5. 

NEW  BUSINESS 

Recommendation  of  Finance  Committee 

Adopted 

[Lease  of  Real  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  a  new  lease  of  real  property  at  10  United 

Nations  Plaza,  Suite  260,  for  the  Mayor's  Office  of  Children,  Youth 

and  Their  Families;  retroactive  to  October  1,  1992.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  64-92-24,   Resolution  No.  950-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh, 
Migden  -  5. 

Recommendations  of  Finance  and  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committees 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Parking  Meters] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  to  remove  the  parking  facility  at 
1350  Polk  Street  from  those  off-street  parking  sites  on  which 
parking  meters  may  be  used.   (Parking  Authority) 

File  124-92-9,   Ordinance  No. 

(Fiscal  Impact) 

(Amends  Section  32.8.12.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Gonzalez,  Migden  -  4. 

Adopted 

[South  of  Market  Survey  Area] 

Resolution  amending  Resolution  No.  177-90,  designating  and 


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accomplish  this;  urging  the  San  Francisco  Congressional  Delegation 
to  work  with  the  United  States  Coast  Guard  and  the  Golden  Gate 
National  Recreation  Area  to  expedite  any  necessary  approvals  for 
foghorn  installation.". 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy «  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Maher,  Migden  -  3. 

The  Board  resumed  its  consideration  of  the  following  items  on 
the  Iiranediate  Adoption  Calendar. 

Immediate  Adoption  Calendar 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-45,   Resolution  No.  946-92 

(Roberta  Achtenberg,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  November  7  -  10; 
Willie  B.  Kennedy,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  November  28  - 
December  2;  Carole  Migden,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  November 
9  -  11;  Mary  I.  Callanan,  Treasurer,  November  7  -  12;  Steven 
Coulter,  member.  Library  Commission,  November  7  -  14;  Anne 
Halsted,  member.  Port  Commission,  November  7  -  13;  Arthur  M. 
Jackson,  member.  Health  Commission,  November  21  -  28;  John  E. 
Newlin,  Executive  Director,  Parking  and  Traffic,  November  11  -  15, 
1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  a  portion  of 
Twenty-fourth  Street  for  a  street  fair  sponsored  by  St.  Peters 
Catholic  Parish.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez) 

File  42-92-58.1,   Resolution  No.  948-92 


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The  foregoing  item  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  was  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy«Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Migden  -  2. 

IMMEDIATE  AIX)PTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.  An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  oh 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Severed  from  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar 

Supervisor  Conroy  requested  that  the  following  measure  be 
severed  from  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  and  considered 
separately. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Foghorns) 

((Resolution  declaring  the  desire  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  to  see 
foghorns  returned  to  San  Francisco  Bay  and  urging  his  Honor,  the 
Mayor,  to  urge  the  Golden  Gate  National  Recreation  Area  and  the 
United  States  Coast  Guard  to  work  with  the  San  Francisco  based  U.S. 
Lighthouse  Society  to  accomplish  this.))   (Supervisors  Conroy, 
Alioto,  Shelley) 

Resolution  declaring  the  desire  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  to  see 
foghorns  maintain  their  presence  on  San  Francisco  Bay,  and  urging 
his  Honor,  the  Mayor,  to  urge  all  appropriate  City  departments,  the 
United  States  Coast  Guard,  and  the  Golden  Gate  National  Recreation 
Area  to  work  with  the  San  Francisco  based  U.S.  Lighthouse  Society 
and  any  other  interested  parties  to  accomplish  this;  urging  the  San 
Francisco  Congressional  Delegation  to  work  with  the  United  States 
Coast  Guard  and  the  Golden  Gate  National  Recreation  Area  to  expedite 
any  necessary  approvals  for  foghorn  installation. 

File  292-92-1,   Resolution  No.  949-92 

Supervisor  Conroy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  entitled,  "Resolution  declaring  the  desire  of 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  to  see  foghorns  maintain  their  presence  on 
San  Francisco  Bay,  and  urging  his  Honor,  the  Mayor,  to  urge  all 
appropriate  City  departments,  the  United  States  Coast  Guard,  and  the 
Golden  Gate  National  Recreation  Area  to  work  with  the  San  Francisco 
based  U.S.  Lighthouse  Society  and  any  other  interested  parties  to 


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describing  the  South  of  Market  Survey  Area  by  adding  additional  land 
to  said  survey  area.   (Redevelopment  Agency) 

File  161-92-7,   Resolution  No.  951-92 

(Fiscal  Impact) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Migden  -  3. 


PUBLIC  COMMENT 


The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons 

Dennis  Miles; 
Louise  Vaughn; 
Patricia  Broy; 
Dehnert  Queen; 
Bob  Flannigan; 
Robert  Butler. 


FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required, 

Adopted 

[Plan  Unit  Development  Subdivision  Project] 

Notion  approving  final  map  of  2109-2119  14th  Avenue,  a  resubdivision 
of  Lot  53,  in  Assessor's  Block  2203,  and  adopting  findings  pursuant 
to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-24 

(October  26,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
November  9,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


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File  45-92-68.   [Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Johnson  Miller  against  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco,  Frank  Jordan  and  Kitt  Crenshaw  by  payment  of  $30,000. 
(City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  52-92-6.   [Underground  District)  Creating  Underground  District 
No.  318  in  the  Dolores  Heights  District;  companion  measure  to  File 
52-92-6.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   City  Services 

File  114-92-7.   [Earthquake  Safety  Program]  Substitute  ordinance 
amending  Building  Code,  by  amending  Section  104(b)  to  provide  that 
where  a  building  permit  application  is  filed  on  or  after  January  1, 
1992  to  repair  a  City-owned  building  under  the  Bond-Funded  Public 
Safety  Improvement  Projects,  the  building's  existing  electrical, 
plumbing,  mechanical,  fire  protection  or  life-safety  systems  are  not 
required  to  comply  with  this  code  if  the  system  complies  with  the 
code  in  effect  at  the  time  of  its  construction  or  installation,  the 
system  is  safe  to  continue  to  operate,  and  the  system  is  not 
relocated,  altered  for  reuse,  or  expanded;  adopting  findings. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

File  124-92-10.  [Vehicle  Weight  Limit]  Amending  Traffic  Code,  by 
adding  Sections  28.1.91  and  28.1.92  thereto,  relating  to  prohibiting 
operation  of  vehicles  in  excess  of  6000  pounds  upon  portions  of 
Mariposa  and  Vermont  Streets.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic) 
Economic  and  Social  Policy 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  48-92-24.   [Settlement  of  Claim]  Approving  the  settlement  of 
the  unlitigated  claim  of  Victor  Lopez  by  payment  of  $11,545.76. 
(City  Attorney)   Administration  and  Oversight 

File  52-92-6.1.   [Lighting  Assessment  District]  Determining  to 
undertake  proceedings  to  form  an  assessment  district  pursuant  to 
Article  4  of  Chapter  1  of  the  Landscaping  and  Lighting  Act  of  1972, 
as  adopted  by  Article  6.1,  Subarticle  VIII,  Chapter  X,  Part  II  of 
the  San  Francisco  Municipal  Code  (Public  Works  Code)  for  the 
purposes  of  installing  street  lighting  in  the  Dolores  Heights 
District;  companion  measure  to  File  52-92-6.   (Department  of  Public 
Works)   City  Services 

File  146-92-57.1.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the 
Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a 
continuing  grant  of  $6,029,444,  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the 
amount  of  $429,170  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from 
the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  to  continue  funding  the  AIDS  Prevention  Project. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 


File  146-92-72.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office,  to  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental 
grant  in  the  amount  of  $77,239,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of 
$7,317  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the 
Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services,  Centers  for  Disease 
Control,  to  augment  a  continuation  the  AIDS  Surveillance  Project. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

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Development,  for  professional  special  service  contracts  (Dispute 
Resolution  Program),  permanent  salaries.   (Supervisor  Hallinan 
presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  101-92-8 

tBuilding  Code] 

Ordinance  amending  Building  Code  by  amending  Section  104(B)  to 
define  and  set  new  repair  standards  for  damaged  buildings,  permit 
the  partial  strengthening  of  undamaged  buildings  and  correct  minor 
typographical  errors  in  Ordinance  No.  156-92  and  adopting  findings 
(Supervisor  Hsieh  presented.)   Referred  to  Economic  and  Social 
Policy  Committee. 

File  114-92-9.1 


[Lead] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code  by  adding  Article  26,  Sections  1601 
through  1631  to  establish  a  comprehensive  lead  hazard  reduction 
program.   (Supervisors  Shelley,  Kennedy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher, 
Alioto,  Gonzalez  presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee 
with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  November  17,  1992  meeting. 

File  118-92-9 


[Building  Code] 

Resolution  endorsing  those  changes  and  providing  findings  as  to  the 
local  conditions  requiring  changes  of  the  California  Building 
Standards  Code  for  Buildings,  as  required  by  the  California  Health 
and  Safety  Code.   (Supervisor  Hsieh  presented.)   Referred  to 
Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  114-92-9 

Requests  for  Hearings; 

File  92-92-53,  By  Supervisor  Shelley:   To  consider  appointment  of 
City's  representative  to  California  State  Association  of  Counties. 
Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  220-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  the  closure  and 
cutbacks  of  City  libraries.   Referred  to  City  Services  Conwnittee. 

File  293-92-1,  By  Supervisors  Kennedy,  Shelley:   To  consider  the 
operation  of  the  Registrar  of  Voters  office  during  the  recent 
election.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 


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(Twenty-fourth  Street,  (south  side  only)  between  Alabama  and 
Bryant  Streets  on  Sunday,  November  29,    1992,  12  Noon  until  6:00 
p.m.) 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of 
the  calendar.) 

Adopted 

[Gift  Acceptance] 

Resolution  accepting  a  gift  valued  at  approximately  $45,000  to 
$50,000  from  the  John  F.  Shelley  Memorial  Committee  to  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco. 

File  38-92-26,   Resolution  No.  947-92 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan, 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Migden  -  2. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Waiving  Retirement  Benefits] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  amending  Section  16.87  to 
allow  elected  or  appointed  officers  to  waive  retirement  benefits  and 
thereby  be  relieved  from  the  limitation  in  some  retirement  plans 
from  re-employment  or  payments  for  services.   (Supervisor  Conroy 
presented.)   Referred  to  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee. 

File  97-92-65 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $220,624,    Mayor's  Office  of  Community 


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File  148-92-8.   (Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  Director  of 
Public  Works  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  Federal  funds  in  the 
amount  of  $182,552  for  the  planting  of  trees  using  small  local 
businesses  as  contractors.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letters  be  sent  to  his  Honor,  the 
Mayor,  and  General  Manager,  Public  Utilities,  to  inquire  when  the 
Board  will  receive  a  status  report  on  the  Municipal  Railway's 
efforts  to  develop  a  fast  pass  that  cannot  be  counterfeited. 

By  Supervisors  Maher,  Shelley,  Kennedy,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be 
sent  to  General  Manager,  Department  of  Social  Services,  to  determine 
the  policy  regarding  the  General  Assistance  workfare  program  and 
what  opportunity  a  person  has  who  expressed  experience  and  interest 
in  work  other  than  what  is  offered. 

Motions  Adopted 

Notion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Mary  Drybs  (Supervisor  Shelley) 

Leo  Wurdinger  (Supervisor  Britt) 

Alan  James  Despanie  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

File  2-92-45 

Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 

ADJOURNMENT 

There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
2:59  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


M.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  NAY  1  7  1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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NOV  1 7  1993 

SAN  FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC  LIBRARY 

Monday,   November   16,    1992 


Journal  of  Proceeding 
^  Board  of  Supervisors 


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JOURNAL  OF  PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD  OF  SUPERVISORS 


Monday,  November  16,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 

CALLING  THE  ROLL 


The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:15  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  -  1. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  was  noted  present  at  2:19  p.m. 

APPROVAL  OF  JOURNALS 


There  being  no  errors,  corrections  or  omissions.  Supervisor 
Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  that  the  Journals  of 
Proceedings  for  Monday,  November  25,  December  9,  and  December  16, 
1991,  be  approved. 

Motion  carried  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinani 
Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 


Absent:  Supervisor  Gonzalez  -  1. 

Presentation  Made 


There  being  no  objection,  on  motion  of  Supervisor  Achtenberg, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  the  rules  were  suspended  for  the 
purpose  of  making  a  presentation. 


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Supervisor  Achtenberg  asked  President  Kevin  Shelley  to  rise  and 
presented  a  certificate  of  commendation  to  him  on  the  occasion  of 
his  thirty-seventh  birthday. 

REGULAR  CALENDAR 

UNFINISHED  BUSINESS 

Recoronendation  of  Finance  and  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committees 

Finally  Passed 

[Parking  Meters] 

Ordinance  amending  Traffic  Code,  to  remove  the  parking  facility  at 
1350  Polk  Street  from  those  off-street  parking  sites  on  which 
parking  meters  may  be  used.   (Parking  Authority) 

File  124-92-9,   Ordinance  No.   347-92 

(Fiscal  Impact) 

(Amends  Section  32.8.12.) 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Recommendation  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee 

Finally  Passed 

[Hazardous  Materials] 

Ordinance  amending  Health  Code,  providing  for  public  notification 
and  participation  procedures  for  unauthorized  releases  from 
underground  storage  tanks.   (Supervisors  Hallinan,  Achtenberg, 
Shelley,  Alioto,  Migden) 

File  257-92-2,   Ordinance  No.  348-92 

(Amends  Sections  1137(a),  1154(e),  1155(b); 
Adds  Section  1143.)  ^ 

Finally  passed  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

NEW  BUSINESS 


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Recommendations  of  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Conunittee 

Adopted 

[Street  Vacation] 

Resolution  declaring  intention  of  Board  of  Supervisors  to  vacate 
subsurface  and  airspace  areas  of  Fourth  Street,  southeasterly  of 
Howard  Street;  and  setting  the  hearing  date  of  December  21,  1992  at 
3:00  p.m.  for  all  persons  interested  in  the  proposed  vacation. 
(Real  Estate  Department) 

File  164-92-3,   Resolution  No.  959-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


[Street  Vacation] 

Resolution  declaring  intention  of  Board  of  Supervisors  to  vacate  a 

portion  of  Main  Street,  between  Bryant  Street  and  The  Embarcadero; 

and  setting  the  hearing  date  of  December  21,  1992  at  3:00  p.m.  for 

all  persons  interested  in  the  proposed  vacation.   (Real  Estate 

Department) 

File  164-92-4,   Resolution  No.  960-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Consideration  Continued 

[Freeway  Interchange] 

Resolution  urging  the  San  Francisco  County  Transportation  Authority 

to  remove  the  proposed  Interstate  280  Interchange  at  Islais  Creek 

Project  from  the  State  Transportation  Improvement  Program,  and 

reprogram  the  funds  for  other  priority  projects,  with  first 

consideration  for  other  roadway  projects.   (Department  of  Public 

Works) 

File  171-92-6,   Resolution  No. 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to  rerefer 
to  Committee. 

Motion  to  rerefer  refused  adoption  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  5. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Migden, 
Shelley  -  6. 


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Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  December  7,  1992. 

Notion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hsieh  -  2. 

From  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee  Without  Recommendation 

Rereferred  to  City  Planning  Commission 

[Zoning  Text  Amendment] 

Ordinance  amending  City  Planning  Code,  by  adding  Appendix  J 
designating  the  Buena  Vista  North  Historic  District.   (Department  of 
City  Planning) 

File  115-91-3,   Ordinance  No. 

Supervisor  Britt  Excused  From  Voting 

Supervisor  Britt  requested  to  be  excused  from  voting  because  he 
owns  property  in  the  area. 

Thereupon,  Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved 
to  excuse  Supervisor  Britt  from  voting. 

Motion  to  excused  Supervisor  Britt  from  voting  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 

Refused  passage  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Hallinan,  Maher,  Migden  -  4. 

Noes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Shelley  -  6. 

Excused:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1.  ^ 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Migden,  moved  to 
rescind  the  previous  vote. 

Notion  to  rescind  the  previous  vote  adopted  by  the  following 
vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Excused:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Supervisor  Migden,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
rereCer  the  matter  to  the  City  Planning  Commission. 

Motion  to  rerefer  to  City  Planning  Commission  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Excused:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 

Appointment  of  President  Pro  Tempore 

At  the  request  of  the  President,  Supervisor  Kennedy  assumed  the 
Chair. 


SPECIAL  ORDER  -3:00  P.M. 


Consideration  Continued 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  appealing  decision  of  the  City  Planning  Commission  by  its 
Motion  No.  13410,  dated  September  24,  1992,  approving  Conditional 
Use  Application  No.  91.746DC  to  permit  two  lots  to  be  merged  into 
one  lot  and  authorizing  the  construction  of  (six  units  in  a  single 
building  designed  to  have  the  identity  of  two-four  story  buildings) 
dwellings  designed  at  a  density  ratio  up  to  one  dwelling  unit  for 
each  1,000  feet  of  lot  area  in  an  RH-3  (House,  Three-Family) 
District  with  a  40-X  Height  and  Bulk  designation  of  property  located 
at  117-127  Divisadero  Street. 

File  37-92-5 

(Appeal  filed  October  23,  1992.) 

The  Clerk  announced  that  the  Board  is  in  receipt  of  a  letter 
signed  by  both  the  appellant  and  project  sponsor  requesting  that 
this  matter  be  continued  to  December  7,  1992. 

There  being  no  one  present  wishing  to  testify.  Supervisor  Maher, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to  continue  consideration  to 
December  7,  1992. 


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Notion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Environmental  Review] 

Motion  certifying  review  of  Final  Negative  Declaration  relating  to 

proposed  Conditional  Use  of  property  located  at  117-127  Divisadero 

Street. 

File  37-92-5.1 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  December  7,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

(Only  one  of  the  following  two  motions  should  be  adopted.) 

[Zoning  Appeal] 

Motion  approving  decision  of  the  City  Planning  Commission  by  its 
Motion  13410,  approving  Conditional  Use  Application  No.  91.746DC,  of 
property  located  at  117-127  Divisadero  Street;  and  adopting  findings 
pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 

File  37-92-5.2 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  December  7,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh^ 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Zoning  Appeal] 

Motion  disapproving  decision  of  the  City  Planning  Commission  by  its 
Motion  13410,  approving  Conditional  Use  Application  No.  91.746DC,  of 
property  located  at  117-127  Divisadero  Street. 

File  37-92-5.3 


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Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  December  1,    1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Findings] 

Motion  directing  the  Clerk  of  the  Board  to  prepare  findings  relating 
to  proposed  Conditional  Use  Application  No.  91.746DC  of  property 
located  at  117-127  Divisadero  Street,  for  action  by  the  Board  at  its 
next  meeting. 

File  37-92-5.4 

Supervisor  Maher,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to 
continue  consideration  to  December  7,  1992. 

Motion  to  continue  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  2. 
The  President  reassumed  the  Chair. 


SPECIAL  ORDER  -  3:00  P.M. 

Hearing  Held 

[Public  Hearing] 

Hearing  of  objections  to  report  of  assessment  of  costs  submitted  by 
Director  of  Public  Works  for  demolition  of  building  known  as  22-30 
Alta  Street  ordered  to  be  rendered  by  said  Director  pursuant  to  the 
provisions  of  Sections  203(m)  and/or  203(o)  of  the  Building  Code, 
the  costs  thereof  having  been  paid  for  out  of  the  Repair  and 
Demolition  Fund. 

File  41-92-4 

(Total  cost  of  assessment  $336,451.62.) 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  person: 

Richard  Racio,  representing  property  owner. 


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From  Department  of  Public  Works 

Adopted 

[Assessment  Costs  -  Code  Violations  Abatement] 

Resolution  confirming  report  of  assessment  of  costs  submitted  by  the 
Director  of  Public  Works  for  demolition  of  building  known  as  22-30 
Alta  Street  ordered  to  be  rendered  by  said  Director  pursuant  to  the 
provisions  of  Sections  203(m)  and/or  203(o)  of  the  Building  Code, 
the  costs  thereof  having  been  paid  for  out  of  the  Repair  and 
Demolition  Fund. 

File  41-92-4,   Resolution  No.  958-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Maher,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Kennedy,  Migden  -  2. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Ron  Norman; 

Alan  Carson; 

Dehnert  Queen; 

Larry  Osborne; 

Crocker  Amazon  resident; 

Representative,  Bank  of  America 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required, 

Adopted 

[Condominium  Project] 

Notion  approving  final  map  of  5264  Third  Street,  a  condominium 
project,  being  a  resubdivision  of  Lot  41,  in  Assessor's  Block  5411, 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-25 


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(November  9,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
November  16,  1992.) 


Adopted. 


[Condominium  Project] 

Motion  approving  final  map  of  852  Brunswick  Street,  being  a 
resubdivision  of  Lots  16,  17  and  18  in  Assessor's  Block  6472,  and 
adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-26 

(November  9,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
November  16,  1992.) 


Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  11. 


IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 


These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye" 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

I-      [Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 
officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-46,   Resolution  No.  952-92 

(Jim  Gonzalez,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  November  23;  Rand 
Castile,  Director,  Asian  Art  Museum,  November  3  -  10;  Sidney  Chan, 
Vice  President,  Recreation  and  Park  Commission,  November  10  -  17; 
Anne  Halsted,  member.  Port  Commission,  November  7  -  13;  Michael 
Huerta,  Executive  Director,  Port,  November  4-5;  Alonzo  King, 
member.  Arts  Commission,  November  4  -  14;  Ray  Telles,  member.  Film 
and  Video  Arts  Commission,  December  8  -  10;  Patricia  Underwood, 
member.  Health  Commission,  November  4-13,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


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(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 

Adopted 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  Thomas  F.  Murphy  for  his  lasting  commitment  to 

the  people  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco. 

File  6-92-25,   Resolution  No.  953-92 

Supervisors  Conroy,  Alioto,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley  presented 
for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  commemorating  the  Recreation  Center  for  the  Handicapped 

for  its  forty  years  of  service  to  the  people  of  San  Francisco. 

File  6-92-26,   Resolution  No.  954-92 

Supervisors  Conroy,  Alioto,  Hsieh,  Achtenberg,  Shelley  presented 
for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Twenty-fourth 
Street,  between  Alabama  and  Bryant  Streets,  on  Sunday,  November  29, 
1992,  12  Noon  until  6:00  p.m.  for  a  street  fair. 

File  42-92-58.2,   Resolution  No.  955-92 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Castro 

Street,  between  18th  and  19th  Streets,  Sunday,  December  6,  1992, 

4:00  p.m.  until  8:00  p.m.,  for  a  Christmas  Tree  lighting 

celebration. 

Pile  42-92-60,   Resolution  No.  956-92 

Supervisor  Migden  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


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[Street  Closing] 

Resolution  authorizing  temporary  closing  of  portion  of  Waverly 
Place,  between  Washington  and  Clay  Streets,  Monday,  November  23, 
1992,  7:00  a.m.  until  10:00  p.m.,  for  the  filming  of  a  motion 
picture  by  Joy  Luck  Company. 

File  42-92-61,   Resolution  No.  957-92 

Supervisor  Shelley  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 


The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
acted  upon  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Conroy,  Gonzalez, 
Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  10. 

Absent:   Supervisor  Britt  -  1. 


OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Seismic  Safety  Retrofit  Program] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code  by  adding  Chapter  65, 
Sections  65.1  through  65.5  to  create  certain  regulations  to  assist 
in  implementing  the  City's  Seismic  Safety  Retrofit  Bond  Program  and 
adding  a  section  to  create  the  Seismic  Strengthening  Fund. 
(Supervisor  Hsieh  presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee 
with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  December  1  meeting. 

File  97-92-66,   Ordinance  No. 

Referred  to  the  Board 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  the  United  Way  for  leadership  and  urging  San 
Franciscans  to  generously  contribute  to  the  work  of  the  United  Way. 
(Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Migden,  Hsieh,  Alioto,  Shelley 
presented.)   Referred  to  Board  November  23,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  6-92-24 

[Commander  Isiah  Nelson] 

Resolution  placing  San  Francisco  on  record  in  support  of  the 


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dedication  of  a  portion  of  Interstate  280  to  the  memory  of  the  late 
Commander  Isiah  Nelson,  and  urging  San  Francisco's  State  Legislative 
Delegation,  San  Francisco  Lobbyist  and  the  California  Department  of 
Transportation  to  take  all  steps  necessary  to  accomplish  that  goal. 
(Supervisors  Shelley,  Kennedy,  Conroy,  Maher,  Hsieh  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  November  23,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  12-92-41 


[1993  March  on  Washington] 

Resolution  endorsing  the  1993  March  on  Washington  for  lesbian,  gay 
and  bi-equal  rights  and  liberation.   (Supervisor  Alioto  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  November  23,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  13-92-19 


Requests  for  Hearings: 

File  27-92-11,  By  Supervisor  Gonzalez:   To  consider  authorizing 
agreement  by  and  between  the  City,  the  Airports  Commission  and 
various  airlines  regarding  an  advance  payment  to  the  City  of  $25 
million  from  the  Airport's  Capital  Improvement  Fund.   Referred  to 
Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  December  2, 
1992  meeting. 

File  108-92-1,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  the  breadth  and 
efficiency  of  AIDS  service  delivery  in  San  Francisco  and  to  consider 
the  need  for  possible  consolidation  of  services.   Referred  to  City 
Services  Committee. 


Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  45-92-69.   (Settlement  of  Litigation]  Authorizing  settlement  of 
litigation  of  Gaudiya  Vaishnava  Society,  et  al  against  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco,  et  al.  by  payment  of  $29,500.   (City 
Attorney)  Administration  and  Oversight 

File  90-92-1.   [Landmark]  Designating  the  Golden  Gate  Commandery  of 
the  Knight  Templar  (Macedonia  Missionary  Baptist  Church)  at  2135 
Sutter  Street  as  a  landmark  pursuant  to  Article  10  of  the  City 
Planning  Code.   (Department  of  City  Planning)   Economic  and  Social 
Policy 

File  97-92-64.   [City  Planning  Department  Membership]  Amending 
Administrative  Code  by  amending  Section  16.6-13  to  provide  for  City 
Planning  Commission  membership  in  the  Association  for  Commuter 
Transportation.   (Department  of  City  Planning)   Administration  and 
Oversight 


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File  101-92-9.   [Government  Funding]  Appropriating  $5,100,  Art 
Commission,  for  other  services  (police  security).   (Controller) 
Finance 

File  123-92-4.   [Residential  Users  Appeals  Board]  Amending  Public 
Works  Code  by  amending  Section  149.1,  relating  to  rate  paid  to 
members  of  Residential  Users  Appeals  Board.   (Department  of  Public 
Works)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

File  124-92-11.  [Parking  Regulations]  Amending  Traffic  Code,  by 
adding  Section  32.6.16,  adding  a  portion  of  Elm  Street,  south  side, 
between  Van  Ness  Avenue  and  Polk  Street,  to  the  list  of  streets  on 
which  parking  restrictions  shall  apply.   (Department  of  Parking  and 
Traffic)   Economic  and  Social  Policy 

Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  38-92-27.   [Acceptance  of  Gift]  Accepting  a  gift  to  the  San 
Francisco  Public  Library  in  the  amount  of  $9,614,568  from  the 
Library  Foundation  of  San  Francisco  to  fund  building  enhancements 
for  new  Main  Library.   (Public  Library)   Finance 

File  68-92-11.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Mayor  to 
apply  for,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $1,062,500  in 
year  one  and  $750,000  in  each  subsequent  year  through  September  29, 
1997,  which  include  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $21,250  year 
one,  or  two  percent  of  the  total  grant  award  hereafter,  made 
available  through  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Office  of  Human  Development  for  a  project  entitled  "San  Francisco 
Gang  Prevention  Project;  and  agreeing  to  provide  in-kind  match  in 
the  amount  of  $459,207;  providing  for  ratification  of  action 
previously  taken.   (Mayor)   Finance 

File  82-92-9.   [Property  Acquisition  -  Noise  Easements]  Authorizing 
the  acquisition  of  one  hundred  additional  noise  easements  in  the 
City  of  South  San  Francisco  in  their  Phase  VII  Program  -  $250,000. 
(Real  Estate  Department)   Finance 

File  148-92-9.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Director  of 
Public  Works  to  expend  up  to  $1,044,335  from  the  State  of  California 
for  roadway  work  on  city  streets  in  accordance  with  the  State-Local 
Transportation  Partnership  Program  (3rd  Cycle)  foregoing 
reimbursement  of  indirect  costs.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 
Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisors  Britt,  Migden,  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  that  City  Attorney 
prepare  resolution  to  boycott  the  State  of  Colorado. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  appropriate 


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legislation  to  permit  installation  of  former  Mayor  Shelley's 
sculptural  bust  inside  City  Hall  at  the  left  of  the  northeast 
pillar,  closest  to  the  main  entrance  of  the  City  Hall  Rotunda,  on 
the  first  floor  in  time  for  introduction  for  immediate  adoption  at 
the  next  Board  meeting. 

By  Supervisor  Gonzalez,  that  letter  be  sent  to  the  Art  Commission 
inquiring  whether  the  Commission  can  calendar  and  expedite  approval 
on  the  appropriateness  of  installation  of  former  Mayor  Shelley's 
sculptural  bust  inside  City  Hall  at  the  left  of  the  northeast 
pillar,  closest  to  the  main  entrance  of  the  City  Hall  Rotunda,  on 
the  first  floor  in  time  for  the  installation  and  dedication  ceremony 
scheduled  for  December  11,  1992. 

By  Supervisor  Hsieh,  that  letters  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  his  Honor, 
the  Mayor;  Chief,  Fire  Department;  and  Director,  Real  Estate 
Department,  to  determine  the  procedures  followed  for  selecting  a  new 
site  for  the  Fire  Department  headquarters.   Specifically,  was  an 
investigation  of  the  availability  of  Civic  Center  properties 
undertaken,  has  a  feasibility  study  of  the  surplus  state  property 
located  at  525  Golden  Gate  Avenue  been  completed? 

By  Supervisors  Kennedy  and  Alioto,  that  letters  be  sent  to  his 
Honor,  the  Mayor,  and  Director,  San  Francisco  Housing  Authority, 
concerning  the  pending  eviction  of  Mr.  Paul  Flanagan.   The 
Supervisors  understand  that  a  hearing  was  held  November  16,  1992  in 
which  the  court  decided  to  proceed  with  the  eviction  and  request 
that  the  Director,  Housing  Authority,  reconsider  the  charges  toward 
Mr.  Flanagan  and  work  with  him  in  regards  to  the  allegations  and  to 
stop  the  eviction. 

By  Supervisor  Migden,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Director, 
Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic,  to  obtain  information  as  to  the 
number  of  vandalized  parking  meters  in  San  Francisco,  lost  revenue 
as  a  result  of  vandalism  and  the  Department's  plans  and  timeline  to 
replace  the  broken  meters  with  revenue  generating  meters. 

By  Supervisor  Shelley,  that  City  Attorney  provide  opinion  on 
compliance  with  the  Office  Housing  Production  Program  requirements 
as  it  relates  to  the  McAllister  Tower  at  100  McAllister  Street  and 
how  the  requirements  may  affect  the  development  of  this  site. 

Motions  Adopted 

Motion  that  the  Board  adjourn  its  meeting  this  date  out  of  respect 
to  the  memory  of  the  following  deceased: 

Pamela  Murray  (Supervisor  Shelley) 

Antonio  Martinez  (Supervisor  Kennedy) 

Anna  Jennings  (Supervisor  Alioto) 

Chris  Minor-Mulholland  (Supervisor  Achtenberg) 

Julio  Calvo-Perez  (Supervisors  Conroy,  Alioto) 

Adam  Powers  (Supervisors  Conroy,  Alioto) 

Claire  B.  Batiquin  (Supervisor  Migden) 

Pile  2-92-46 


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Unanimously  adopted  by  a  rising  vote. 


ADJOURNMENT 


There  being  no  further  business,  the  Board  at  the  hour  of 
3:39  p.m.  adjourned. 


John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk 


N.B.     This  Journal  of  Proceedings  sets  forth  all  actions  taken  by 
the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  the  matters  stated,  but  not 
necessarily  the  chronological  sequence  in  which  the  matters 
were  taken  up. 


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Approved  by  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on  MAY  2  4  1993 


I,  John  L.  Taylor,  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City 
and  County  of  San  Francisco,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  is  a 
true  and  correct  copy  of  the  Journal  of  Proceedings  of  said  Board  on 
the  date  stated  and  was  approved  as  recited. 


John  L.  Taylor 
Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors 


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Monday,  November  23,  1992  -  2:00  p.m. 


The  Board  of  Supervisors  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco 
met  in  regular  session  on  the  above  date  with  President  Kevin  F. 
Shelley  presiding. 


CALLING  THE  ROLL 

The  meeting  was  called  to  order  at  2:13  p.m.   On  call  of  the 
roll,  the  following  Supervisors  were  noted  present: 

Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Noted  absent  at  first  roll  call: 

Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Quorum  present. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  excused.   (See  infra.) 

Supervisor  Conroy  was  noted  present  at  2:17  p.m. 

Supervisor  Gonzalez  excused,  on  official  leave  of  absence. 

Supervisor  Achtenberg  Excused 

The  Clerk  announced  that  Supervisor  Achtenberg,  requested  to  be 
excused  from  attending  today's  meeting.   Supervisor  Kennedy, 
seconded  by  Supervisor  Hallinan,  moved  to  excuse  Supervisor 
Achtenberg  from  today's  meeting. 

Motion  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Conroy,  Gonzalez  -  4. 
APPROVAL  OF  JOURNALS 


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There  being  no  errors,  corrections  or  omissions.  Supervisor 
Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  that  the  Journals  of 
Proceedings  for  Monday,  January  6  and  13,  and  Tuesday,  January  21, 
1992,  be  approved. 

Motion  carried  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Suspension  of  the  Rules;  Presentation  Made 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to 
suspend  the  Rules  of  Order  of  the  Board  of  Supervisors  for  the 
purpose  of  presenting  some  commendations. 

Motion  to  suspend  the  rules  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Naher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Supervisor  Kennedy  presented  commendations  to  the  following  City 
employees  for  their  hard  work  and  diligence  on  the 
Minority /Women/Local  Business  Utilization  program  (MBE/WBE/LBE 
Ordinance) : 

Trudye  Byars,  Purchasing  Department; 
Raymond  Low,  Purchasing  Department. 

CONSENT  CALENDAR 


Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $5,100,  Art  Commission,  for  other  services 

(police  security).   (Controller) 

File  101-92-9,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Adopted 

[Contract] 

Resolution  concurring  with  the  Controller's  certification  that 


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Coordinator  and  Mentor  Services  for  the  Independent  Living  Skill: 
Project  can  be  practically  performed  at  the  Department  of  Social 
Services  by  private  contractor  for  lower  cost  than  similar  work 
services  performed  by  City  and  County  employees.   (Department  of 
Social  Services) 

File  25-92-33,   Resolution  No.  969-92 

Adopted. 


[Lease  of  Real  Property] 

Resolution  authorizing  a  new  lease  of  real  property  at  25  Taylor 
Street,  Rooms  612  and  614,  for  Department  of  Public  Health.   (Real 
Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-26,   Resolution  No.  965-92 

Adopted. 

Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Brian  Bringardner, 

et  al.  against  Cairns,  et  al.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-66,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  920-290.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Tommy  McGowan 

against  the  City  and  County  by  payment  of  $12,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-67,   Ordinance  No. 

(San  Francisco  Municipal  Court  No.  070-769.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Litigation] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  Johnson  Miller 
against  the  City  and  County,  Frank  Jordan  and  Kitt  Crenshaw  by 
payment  of  $30,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  45-92-68,   Ordinance  No. 


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(United  States  District  Court  Case  No.  C89-1892-FMS. ) 
Passed  £or  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 
against  Bill  Rayson  Louie,  Wai  Lan  Louie,  Raymond  King  Tong  Lui  and 
Tracy  Fung  Sum  Lui  by  accepting  consideration  in  the  total  amount  of 
$21,000  payable  in  cash  and  discharging  said  persons  above-named 
from  further  liability.   (Tax  Collector) 

File  46-92-22,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  946  163.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 


[Settlement  of  Lawsuit] 

Ordinance  authorizing  settlement  of  litigation  of  City  and  County 
against  Albert  F.  Vella  for  $8,000  to  be  paid  to  the  General  Fund. 
(City  Attorney) 

File  46-92-23,   Ordinance  No. 

(Superior  Court  No.  938  838.) 

Passed  for  second  reading. 

Adopted 

[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of 

Sandy  D'Agostino  by  payment  of  $6,000.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-23,   Resolution  No.  972-92 

Adopted . 


[Settlement  of  Claim] 

Resolution  approving  the  settlement  of  the  unlitigated  claim  of 

Victor  Lopez  by  payment  of  $11,545.76.   (City  Attorney) 

File  48-92-24,   Resolution  No.  973-92 

Adopted. 


[State  Disability  Insurance] 

Resolution  authorizing  enrollment  of  Classification  8161  Chief 


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Family  Support  Investigator  in  the  State  Disability  Insurance 
Program.   (Employee  Relations  Division) 

File  89-92-20,   Resolution  No.  976-92 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Consent  Calendar  were  acted  upon  by 
the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 
REGULAR  CALENDAR 
NEW  BUSINESS 
Recommendations  of  Finance  Committee 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating,  retroactively,  $220,624,  Mayor's  Office  of 

Community  Development,  for  professional  special  service  contracts 

(Dispute  Resolution  Program),  permanent  salaries.   (Supervisor 

Hallinan) 

File  101-92-8,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Gift  Acceptance] 

Resolution  accepting  retroactively,  one  gift  valued  at  $5,480  from 
Wells  Fargo  Bank,  for  publication  of  the  Recreation  and  Park 
Department  Summer  Activities  Brochure.   (Recreation  and  Park) 

File  38-92-25,   Resolution  No.  971-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 


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Absent:  Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Extension  of  Existing  Real  Property  Lease] 

Resolution  authorizing,  retroactively,  exercise  of  an  option  to 
extend  the  existing  lease  of  Pier  70  from  the  Port  for  use  by  the 
Police  Department.   (Real  Estate  Department) 

File  64-92-25,   Resolution  No.  974-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Naher,  Nigden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Federal  Funding  -  Community  Development] 

Resolution  approving  the  1993  Community  Development  Program, 
authorizing  the  Mayor  on  behalf  of  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco  to  apply  for,  receive  and  expend  the  City's  1993  Community 
Development  Bloclc  Grant  (CDBG)  entitlement  from  the  U.S.  Department 
of  Housing  and  Urban  Development;  transfer  and  expend  reprogrammed 
funds  from  prior  year  Community  Development  Programs  up  to 
$21,708,373,  which  includes  indirect  costs  of  $80,000;  and  an 
estimated  $12,183,000  in  program  income  generated  by  the  San 
Francisco  Redevelopment  Agency;  approving  expenditure  schedules  for 
recipient  departments  and  agencies  as  amended  and  for  indirect 
costs,  and  determining  no  environmental  evaluation  is  required 
authorizing  the  receipt  and  deposit  in  contingencies  of  1993  CDBG 
entitlement  funds  in  excess  of  $21,708,373;  placing  $815,791  on 
reserve.   (Mayor) 

File  79-92-3,   Resolution  No.  975-92 

Supervisor  Hsieh,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to  revise 
the  expenditure  schedule  to  provide  funding  for  the  Career  Resources 
Development  Center  in  the  amount  of  $35,528. 

Notion  to  amend  the  expenditure  schedule  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Nigden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  4. 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Maher,  moved  to 
revise  the  expenditure  schedule  to  provide  funding  for  the 
Renaissance  Technical  Training  Institute  in  the  amount  of  $30,443. 


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Motion  to  amend  the  expenditure  schedule  adopted  by  the 
following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

In  connection  with  the  above  item,  the  title,  line  10,  was 
corrected  to  reflect  approving  the  expenditure  schedule,  as  amended, 
by  inserting  "as  amended"  after  the  word  "agencies". 

Adopted 

[Office  of  Criminal  Justice  Planning  Funding] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Chief  of  Police,  retroactively,  to  apply 
for,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of  $110,000,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  of  $6,111  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total 
grant  award,  made  available  through  the  Office  of  Criminal  Justice 
Planning  for  a  project  entitled  "Crime  Prevention  Expansion  Project, 
Mission  Corridor",  and  agreeing  to  provide  cash  match  in  the  amount 
of  $12,222  dollars.   (Police  Commission) 

File  143-92-5,   Resolution  No.  986-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Bureau  of 
Epidemiology  and  Disease  Control,  to  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of 
$42,402  from  the  State  Department  of  Health  Services;  for  an 
augmentation  of  immunization  services;  waiving  indirect  costs; 
placing  $5,000  on  reserve.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-39.1,   Resolution  No.  987-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Division  of 
Mental  Health  and  Substance  Abuse  Services,  to  accept  and  expend  a 
grant  of  $283,000  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of 
$14,150  based  on  five  percent  of  the  total  award  from  the  State 
Department  of  Mental  Health  Services;  for  consultation,  education 
and  information  services  to  San  Francisco  residents;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health) 

File  146-92-40.1,   Resolution  No.  988-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  Special 
Programs  for  Youth,  to  retroactively  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  a 
grant  of  $66,422  which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of 
$11,070  based  on  twenty  percent  of  salaries  from  the  American 
Foundation  for  AIDS  Research,  to  investigate  the  epidemiology  of 
high  risk  adolescents  in  San  Francisco;  providing  for  ratification 
of  action  already  taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-54,   Resolution  No.  989-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hsieh,  Kennedy,  Maher, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez,  Hallinan  -  4. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  continuing  grant  of  $6,029,444,  which 
includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $429,170  based  on  twenty 
percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human 
Services,  Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  continue  funding  the  AIDS 
Prevention  Project;  placing  $209,512  on  reserve.   (Department  of 
Public  Health) 

File  146-92-57.1.   Resolution  No.  990-92 


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Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  amend 
line  12  by  deleting  "Finance  Committee"  and  inserting  "Board  of 
Supervisors"  . 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Grant  -  State  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  to  accept 
and  expend  a  grant  allocation  of  $10,782,909,  for  fiscal  year 
1992-93  funding  from  State  Department  of  Health  Services  for 
California  Healthcare  for  Indigents  Program  (CHIP)  funds,  for 
medical  services  to  indigent  persons,  professional  services,  medical 
services  contracts,  materials  and  supplies,  facilities  rental, 
personal  services,  and  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $152,841 
based  on  1.658646  percent  of  County  Hospital  and  other  Health 
Services  CHIP  allocations.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 

File  146-92-61.1,   Resolution  No.  991-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


(Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  Department  of  Public  Health,  AIDS  Office, 
to  accept  and  expend  a  supplemental  grant  in  the  amount  of  $77,239, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  of  $7,317  based  on  twenty  percent  of 
personnel  costs,  from  the  Department  of  Health  and  Human  Services, 
Centers  for  Disease  Control,  to  augment  a  continuation  of  the  AIDS 
Surveillance  Project.   (Department  of  Public  Health) 


File  146-92-72,   Resolution  No.  992-92 
Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


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Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Grant  -  Federal  Funds] 

Resolution  authorizing  Director  of  Public  Works  to  apply  for, 
retroactively,  accept  and  expend  Federal  funds  in  the  amount  of 
$182,552  for  the  planting  of  trees  using  small  local  businesses  as 
contractors;  waiving  indirect  costs;  placing  $182,552  on  reserve. 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  148-92-8,   Resolution  No.  993-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Naher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Municipal  Court  Commissioner] 

Resolution  authorizing  the  appointment  of  a  commissioner  for  the  San 
Francisco  Municipal  Court  and  assuming  all  costs  as  required  by 
State  law.   (Supervisor  Migden) 

File  198-92-3,   Resolution  No.  995-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Naher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 
Recommendations  of  Administration  and  Oversight  Committee 
Passed  for  Second  Reading  as  Amended 

Appointment  of  President  Pro  Tempore 

At  the  request  of  the  President,  Supervisor  Kennedy  assumed  the 
Chair  so  the  President  could  participate  in  the  debate  from  the 
floor. 

[Conraission  on  San  Francisco's  Environment] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  creating  the  Commission  on 
San  Francisco's  Environment  to  advise  the  Board  of  Supervisors  on 
legislation  and  policy  related  to  the  City's  environment  and 


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ecology.   (Supervisors  Britt,  Shelley,  Achtenberg,  Alioto,  Migden, 
Hallinan) 

File  97-92-60,   Ordinance  No. 

(Adds  Sections  5.150  through  5.152.) 

Supervisor  Britt,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  an 
amendment  of  the  whole  bearing  same  title. 

Amendment  of  the  whole  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Passed  for  second  reading  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 
The  President  reassumed  the  Chair. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Salaries  and  Benefits] 

Ordinance  approving  the  provision  of  salary  increases,  dental 
benefits  and  two  paid  furlough  days  for  fiscal  year  1992-93  to  the 
Airport  Police  Chief  and  the  Airport  Deputy  Police  Chief  effective 
July  1,  1992  and  subject  to  the  execution  of  waivers  regarding  the 
1991-92  wage  freeze.   (Mayor) 

File  106-92-4,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted 

[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Emergency  Medical  Care  Committee 

for  term  ending  June  30,  1995.   (Administration  and  Oversight 

Committee) 

File  92-91-15,   Resolution  No.  977-92 


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(Gregory  Winters,  vice  Commander  Isiah  Nelson,  San  Francisco 
Police  Department,  deceased.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  Maternal,  Child  and  Adolescent 
Health  Board,  for  the  new  three-year  term  ending  August  31,  1995. 
(Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-91-45,   Resolution  No.   978-92 

(Paul  Kulp,  RN,  vice  Catherine  Dodd,  RN,  resigned.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  City-Wide  Alcoholism  Advisory 
Board,  for  three-year  term  ending  July  1,  1995.   (Administration  and 
Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-29,   Resolution  No.  979-92 

(Nary  Jane  D'Orazi,  vice  herself,  terra  expired.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Maternal,  Child  and  Adolescent 
Health  Board,  terms  expired,  for  three-year  terms  ending  August  31, 
1995.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-45.1,   Resolution  No.  980-92 

(Ellie  Journey,  vice  herself; 


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Judith  A.  Levine,  vice  herself; 

Barbara  Williamson,  vice  herself; 

Anita  DeFrantz,  vice  herself; 

Harry  Coren,  MD,  vice  himself; 

Sari  Wade,  vice  herself; 

Saralie  B.  Pennington,  vice  herself.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 


Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 


[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Elder  Abuse  Task  Force,  for 

terms  ending  July  1,  1993.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-46.1,   Resolution  No.  981-92 

(Mary  Joy  Quinn; 
Carol  Yaggy; 
Doris  Thomas; 
Lisa  Nerenberg; 
David  Ishida; 
Candice  Heisler.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh,  Kennedy, 
Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  8. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Britt,  Gonzalez  -  3. 

Adopted  as  Amended 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Task  Force  on  Youth  Employment, 

for  terms  ending  February  8,  1993.   (Administration  and  Oversight 

Committee) 

File  92-92-50.1,   Resolution  No.  982-92 

(John  Noguchi,  Chief  Administrative  Officer; 

Anthony  Lincoln,  Mayor's  Office-Children,  Youth  and  Families; 

Robert  Mason,  Department  of  Public  Works; 

Geraldine  Johnson,  at-large.  Western  Addition; 

Dennis  Caines,  Civil  Service  Commission; 

Toye  Moses,  at-large,  Bayview/Hunters  Point; 

Dr.  Cecil  Churchwell,  Mayor's  Bayview/Hunters  Point  Task  Force; 

((Essie  Collins,  Mayor's  Western  Addition  Task  Force;)) 

Tom  Mayfield,  Mayor's  Gang  Prevention  Project; 


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James  McElroy,  Bayview/Hunters  Point  Foundation; 

Millard  Larkin,  Ella  Hill  Hutch  Community  Center; 

George  Mix,  Bay  Area  Urban  League; 

Tanya  Bernard,  Western  Addition  Program  Participant; 

Howard  Smith,  Western  Addition  Program; 

Janice  Taylor,  Bayview/Hunters  Point  Program  Participant; 

Anthony  Terrell,  Bayview/Hunters  Point  Program  Participant.) 

Supervisor  Kennedy,  seconded  by  Supervisor  Hsieh,  moved  to  amend 
by  deleting  "Essie  Collins,  Mayor's  Western  Addition  Task  Force". 

Motion  to  amend  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Adopted  as  amended  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Adopted 

[Appointments] 

Resolution  appointing  members  to  the  Bicycle  Advisory  Committee, 
terms  expiring  December  31,  1992,  for  the  three-year  term  ending 
December  31,  1995.   (Administration  and  Oversight  Committee) 

File  92-92-52.1,   Resolution  No.  983-92 

Marilyn  Hope  Smulyan,  at-large,  vice  herself; 
Lucinda  J.  Means,  at-large,  vice  herself.) 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Appointinent] 

Resolution  appointing  member  to  the  Board  of  Directors,  California 

State  Association  of  Counties.   (Administration  and  Oversight 

Comroittee) 

File  92-92-53,   Resolution  No.  984-92 

(Supervisor  Kennedy,  vice  herself.) 


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Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Recommendations  of  City  Services  Committee 

Adopted 

[Map  Approval  -  Street  Dedication] 

Resolution  approving  map  showing  the  widening  of  various  streets  in 
"The  Embarcadero  Corridor  Reconstruction  Project  Area";  declaring  it 
to  be  open  public  street  dedicated  to  public  use;  and  making 
findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Department 
of  Public  Works) 

File  35-92-1,   Resolution  No.  970-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Passed  for  Second  Reading 

[Width  of  Sidewalk] 

Ordinance  amending  Ordinance  No.  1061  entitled  "Regulating  the  Width 
of  Sidewalk"  by  adding  thereto  Section  1507  changing  the  official 
width  of  sidewalk  on  The  Embarcadero  Corridor  Project  Area  as  shown 
on  Department  of  Public  Works  maps  numbered  from  Q-20-391  to 
Q-20-399  inclusive;  and  making  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning 
Code  Section  101.1.   (Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  34-92-1,   Ordinance  No. 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Credit  Cards] 

Ordinance  amending  Administrative  Code,  relating  to  the  acceptance 

of  credit  cards  at  Department  of  Public  Health  facilities.   (City 

Attorney) 

f       File  97-92-55,   Ordinance  No. 


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(Amends  Section  10.11-1.) 

Passed  £or  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Uniform  Fire  Code  -  Amendments] 

Ordinance  repealing  Fire  Code,  adopting  by  reference  the  Uniform 
Fire  Code,  1991  Edition  and  San  Francisco  amendments  thereto; 
providing  for  effective  date  of  January  15,  1993.   (Fire  Commission) 

File  117-92-1,   Ordinance  No. 

(Repeals  Part  II,  Chapter  IV.; 
Adds  Part  II,  Chapter  IV.) 

Passed  for  second  reading  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

Adopted 

[Fire  Code] 

Resolution  endorsing  those  changes  and  providing  findings  as  to  the 
local  conditions  requiring  changes  of  Part  IX,  of  the  California 
Fire  Code,  of  the  State  Building  Standards  Code,  for  fire  safety  and 
protection,  as  required  by  California  Health  and  Safety  Code; 
companion  measure  to  File  117-92-1.   (Fire  Commission) 


File  117-92-1.1 


Resolution  No.  985-92 


Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 


[Street  Artists] 

Resolution  designating  five  former  temporary  selling  spaces  on 
Market  Street,  south  side,  Sutter  and  Sansome  Streets,  for  a  period 
of  six  months,  and  four  former  temporary  selling  spaces  on  Market 
Street,  south  side,  Sutter  and  Sansome  Streets,  and  three  former 
temporary  selling  spaces  on  Sutter  Street,  south  side,  at  Market 
Street,  as  temporary  selling  spaces  terminating  on  January  15,  1993< 
for  street  artists  certified  by  the  Art  Commission,  City  and  County 
of  San  Francisco;  providing  for  review  of  the  five  designations  in 


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May  of  1993  and  describing  the  issues  to  be  considered  in  such 
review;  and  holding  harmless  from  any  litigation  any  building 
adjacent  to  said  spaces.   (Supervisor  Hallinan) 

File  169-92-3,   Resolution  No.  994-92 

Adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Hsieh, 
Kennedy,  Maher,  Migden,  Shelley  -  9. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez  -  2. 

PUBLIC  COMMENT 

The  privilege  of  the  floor  was  granted  to  the  following  persons: 

Rev.  Amos  Brown; 

Tenant,  Geneva  Towers; 

Ms.  Johnson; 

Jeff; 

Colleen  O'Hare; 

Ron  Norman; 

Theresa  Boyle; 

Audrey  Hines; 

Jane  Doe; 

John  Doe; 

Carl  Williams; 

Robert  Penrose; 

Keith  McHenry; 

William  Tocco. 

FOR  ADOPTION  WITHOUT  COMMITTEE  REFERENCE 

These  resolutions  were  introduced  at  a  prior  meeting  of  the  Board 
with  action  requested  at  this  meeting.   Any  Supervisor  may  require 
these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee  unless  a  motion  to  suspend  the 
rules  is  adopted  by  eight  votes  (or  a  unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or 
seven  members  are  present).   An  "aye"  vote  is  (a)  a  vote  in  favor  of 
suspending  the  rule  requiring  reference  to  committee,  and  (b)  a  vote 
in  favor  of  adoption  of  the  resolutions.   Eight  votes  (or  a 
unanimous  vote  if  only  six  or  seven  members  are  present)  is  required 

Adopted 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  the  United  Way  for  leadership  and  urging  San 
Franciscans  to  generously  contribute  to  the  work  of  the  United  Way. 
(Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Conroy,  Migden,  Hsieh,  Alioto,  Shelley) 

File  6-92-24,   Resolution  No.  966-92 


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(November  16,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
November  23,  1992.) 


Adopted. 


[Commander  Isiah  Nelson] 

Resolution  placing  San  Francisco  on  record  in  support  of  the 
dedication  of  a  portion  of  Interstate  280  to  the  memory  of  the  late 
Commander  Isiah  Nelson,  and  urging  San  Francisco's  State  Legislative 
Delegation,  San  Francisco  Lobbyist  and  the  California  Department  of 
Transportation  to  take  all  steps  necessary  to  accomplish  that  goal. 
(Supervisors  Shelley,  Kennedy,  Conroy,  Maher,  Hsieh) 

File  12-92-41,   Resolution  No.  967-92 

(November  16,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
November  23,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[1993  March  on  Washington] 

Resolution  endorsing  the  1993  March  on  Washington  for  lesbian,  gay 

and  bi-equal  rights  and  liberation.   (Supervisor  Alioto) 

File  13-92-19,   Resolution  No.  968-92 

(November  16,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
November  23,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Condominium  Project] 

Notion  approving  final  map  of  1100  Eddy  Street,  a  condominium 
project,  being  a  resubdivision  of  Lot  49,  in  Assessor's  Block  735, 
and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code  Section  101.1 
(Department  of  Public  Works) 

File  58-92-27 

(November  16,  1992  -  Introduced  in  Board  for  consideration 
November  23,  1992.) 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar  were  adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 


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Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  4. 

IMMEDIATE  ADOPTION  CALENDAR 

These  resolutions  are  being  introduced  at  this  meeting.   An  "Aye- 
vote  is  (a)  a  vote  to  find  that  the  need  to  take  action  arose  after 
the  agenda  was  published  (if  the  resolution  title  is  not  printed  on 
the  agenda)  and  (b)  a  vote  to  adopt  the  resolution.   A  unanimous 
vote  is  required  for  adoption  today.   Any  Supervisor  may  require  any 
of  these  resolutions  to  go  to  committee. 

Adopted 

[Leaves  of  Absence] 

Resolution  granting  leaves  of  absence  to  various  city  and  county 

officers  with  permission  to  leave  the  state.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  1-92-47,   Resolution  No.  962-92 

(Roberta  Achtenberg,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  November  22  - 
29;  Willie  B.  Kennedy,  member.  Board  of  Supervisors,  December  4  - 
6;  Ming  Chang,  member.  Port  Commission,  November  26  -  December  1; 
John  E.  Cribbs,  Director,  Department  of  Public  Works,  November  17 
-  25;  Lee  Ann  Monfredini,  member,  Commission  on  the  Aging, 
November  20  -  29  and  December  27  -  January  4,  1993;  Roselyne  C. 
Swig,  member.  Library  Commission,  October  30  -  November  2, 
November  8-15  and  November  24  -  December  1,  1992.) 

Adopted. 


[Election  Declaration] 

Resolution  declaring  the  results  of  the  Consolidated  General 
Election  conducted  November  3,  1992,  in  the  City  and  County  of  San 
Francisco.   (Clerk  of  the  Board) 

File  60-92-12,   Resolution  No.  961-92 

Adopted. 

(The  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  includes  the  following 
additional  resolutions  submitted  after  preparation  of  the 
calendar. ) 

Adopted 

[Commendation] 

Resolution  commending  "Stars  of  the  San  Francisco  Police  Department' 
in  recognizing  the  members  of  the  Police  Department  who  have 
dedicated  their  lives  to  the  people  of  San  Francisco. 


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File  6-92-27,   Resolution  No.  963-92 

Supervisor  Conroy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 
Adopted . 

[Appointment] 

Resolution  appointing  Robert  Davis  to  the  Task  Force  on  Youth 

Employment,  for  term  ending  February  8,  1993. 

File  92-92-50.2,   Resolution  No.  964-92 

Supervisor  Kennedy  presented  for  immediate  adoption. 

Adopted. 

The  foregoing  items  on  the  Immediate  Adoption  Calendar  were 
adopted  by  the  following  vote: 

Ayes:   Supervisors  Alioto,  Britt,  Conroy,  Hallinan,  Kennedy, 
Migden,  Shelley  -  7. 

Absent:   Supervisors  Achtenberg,  Gonzalez,  Hsieh,  Maher  -  4. 
OFF-CALENDAR  LEGISLATION 


ROLL  CALL  FOR  INTRODUCTION  OF  MEASURES  AND  COMMUNICATIONS 
NOT  CONSIDERED  OR  REPORTED  ON  BY  COMMITTEE 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Zoning  Map] 

Ordinance  amending  City  Planning  Code  by  amending  the  Zoning  Map  for 
properties  generally  described  as  Assessor's  Block  2696,  Lots  31, 
32,  33,  34  and  35  from  RH-3  to  Castro  Street  Neighborhood  Commercial 
District;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City  Planning  Code 
Section  101.1.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg  presented.)   Referred  to 
Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  36-92-5 

[Zoning  Nap] 

Ordinance  amending  City  Planning  Code  by  amending  the  Zoning  Map  for 
properties  generally  described  as  Assessor's  Block  2696,  Lots  31  and 
32  from  RH-3  to  NC-1;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant  to  City 
Planning  Code  Section  101.1.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg  presented.) 
Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

Pile  36-92-6 


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[Giants  Candlestick  Park  Lease  Amendment] 

Ordinance  approving  a  lease  amendment  entered  into  by  the  Recreation 
and  Park  Commission  and  the  San  Francisco  Giants,  which  reduces  the 
City's  revenue  from  the  agreement  by  approximately  $725,000  per  year 
(amount  will  vary  with  attendance)  through  the  year  1997  and  assigns 
the  right  to  further  revenues  from  the  agreement  to  furnish 
scoreboard  to  the  Giants  during  the  term  of  the  lease.   The  City 
further  assumes  the  obligations  for  utilities  and  maintenance  of  the 
playing  field  at  a  cost  of  approximately  $250,000  per  season. 
(Supervisor  Alioto  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  65-92-15 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $86,213,304,  Public  Library,  for  capital 
improvement  project  (main  library  and  branches),  1988  Library 
Improvement  Bond  Program.   (Supervisor  Migden  presented  on  behalf  of 
Supervisor  Gonzalez.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  101-92-10.1 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $335,134,  Superior  Court,  for  professional 
and  other  contractual  services,  services  of  other  departments  -  Real 
Estate,  Public  Health,  City  Planning,  courthouse  construction. 
(Supervisor  Migden  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with 
request  it  be  considered  at  the  December  2,  1992  meeting. 

File  101-92-12 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $12,020,375,  Water  Department,  for  various 
capital  improvement  projects,  rescinding  $4,700,000.   (Supervisor 
Migden  presented  on  behalf  of  Supervisor  Gonzalez.)   Referred  to 
Finance  Committee. 

File  101-92-13 

[Government  Funding] 

Ordinance  appropriating  $10,716,761,  Hetch  Hetchy  Water  and  Power, 

for  various  capital  improvement  projects.   (Supervisor  Migden 

presented  on  behalf  of  Supervisor  Gonzalez.)   Referred  to  Finance 

Committee. 

File  101-92-14 

[Airport  Advance] 

Resolution  authorizing  agreement  by  and  between  the  City,  the 
Airports  Commission  and  various  airlines  regarding  an  advance 
payment  to  the  City  of  $25  million  from  the  Airports'  Capital 
Improvement  Fund.   (Supervisor  Migden  presented  on  behalf  of 
Supervisor  Gonzalez.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  27-92-11 

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Referred  to  Board 

[Healthy  City] 

Resolution  supporting  the  Healthy  Cities  concept,  development  and 
implementation  of  the  San  Francisco  Healthy  Cities  Project  and 
authorizing  application  by  the  Department  of  Public  Health  to  the 
California  Healthy  Cities  Project  for  designation  of  San  Francisco 
as  a  California  Healthy  City.  (Supervisor  Achtenberg  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  December  7,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  30-92-11 

Referred  to  Committee 

[Sony  Scoreboard] 

Resolution  approving  an  agreement  between  the  Recreation  and  Park 
Commission  and  the  San  Francisco  Giants  granting  all  rights  to 
revenues  from  video  advertising  on  the  Sony  scoreboard  at 
Candlestick  Park  during  baseball  season  to  the  San  Francisco  Giants 
(potential  revenues  unknown).   (Supervisor  Alioto  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  65-92-16 

[Scoreboard] 

Resolution  approving  an  amendment  to  the  agreement  to  furnish 
scoreboard  between  the  Recreation  and  Park  Commission  and  the  Sony 
Corporation,  which  enables  the  City  to  expand  its  use  of  non-video 
advertising  at  Candlestick.   (Supervisor  Alioto  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  65-92-17 

[Scoreboard  Operating  Agreement] 

Resolution  approving  an  amendment  to  the  Scoreboard  Operating 
Agreement  between  the  Recreation  and  Park  Commission  and  the  San 
Francisco  Giants,  whereby  the  City  will  assign  its  rights  to  an 
operating  fee  from  Sony  to  the  San  Francisco  Giants.   In  return,  the 
Giants  will  assume  the  obligation  and  associated  costs  of  operating 
the  scoreboard  year-round.   (Supervisor  Alioto  presented.)   Referred 
to  Finance  Committee. 

File  65-92-18  x 

[Parking  Lot  Agreement] 

Resolution  approving  an  amendment  to  the  Candlestick  Park  Parking 
Lot  Operating  Agreement  between  the  Recreation  and  Park  Commission 
and  the  San  Francisco  Giants,  which  designates  the  Giants  as 
exclusive  operators  of  the  parking  lot  during  baseball  season  and 
which  reduces  the  City's  revenues  by  approximately  $1,150,000  per 
year.   (Supervisor  Alioto  presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee, 

Pile  65-92-19 

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[Grant,  Federal] 

Resolution  amending  Resolutions  858-90  and  116-92,  authorizing  the 
Mayor  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend  funds  in  the  amount  of 
$721,186  as  made  available  through  the  Federal  Office  for  Substance 
Abuse  Prevention  for  a  project  entitled  "The  Community  Partnership 
Program",  by  authorizing  the  Mayor  to  apply  for,  accept  and  expend 
funds  in  the  amount  of  $1,273,997.  (Supervisor  Migden  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the 
December  2,  1992  meeting. 

File  68-92-12 

[Earthquake  Safety  Program] 

Resolution  endorsing  those  changes  and  providing  findings  as  to  the 

local  conditions  requiring  changes  from  the  California  Building 

Standards  Code,  as  required  by  the  California  Health  and  Safety 

Code.   (Supervisor  Hsieh  presented.)   Referred  to  City  Services 

Committee  with  request  it  be  considered  at  the  December  1,  1992 

meeting. 

File  97-92-66.1 

[Redevelopment  Agency  Budget  and  Bonds] 

Resolution  approving  an  amendment  to  the  budget  of  the  Redevelopment 
Agency  for  fiscal  year  1992-93.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez  presented.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  161-92-5.1 

[Airport  Revenue  Bonds] 

Substitute  resolution  approving  the  issuance  of  up  to  $2,400,000,000 
aggregate  principal  amount  of  San  Francisco  International  Airport 
Second  Series  Revenue  Bonds  in  up  to  fifteen  separate  issues  for  the 
purpose  of  financing  Airport  Master  Plan  projects;  approving  maximum 
interest  rates  with  respect  thereto;  and  adopting  findings  pursuant 
to  the  California  Environmental  Quality  Act.   (Supervisor  Gonzalez 
presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  170-92-13 

Referred  to  Board 

[Mid  State  Toll  Road] 

Resolution  opposing  the  Mid  State  Toll  Road.   (Supervisors  Shelley, 
Kennedy  presented.)   Referred  to  Board  December  7,  1992  For  Adoption 
Without  Committee  Reference  Calendar. 

File  171-92-8 

[911  Emergency  Response] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  take  all  steps  necessary  to  bring  the 
San  Francisco  Police  Department  Communications  Center  to  the  level 
of  staffing  authorized  in  the  fiscal  year  1992-93  budget  and  to  work 

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with  the  Police  Department  to  increase  efficiency  at  the 
Communications  Center.   (Supervisor  Shelley  presented.)   Referred  to 
Board  December  7,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee  Reference 
Calendar. 

File  207-92-11.1 

[Retirement  System] 

Resolution  urging  the  Mayor  to  urge  the  Retirement  Board  to  adjust 
its  rates  of  contributions  for  fiscal  year  1992  and  fiscal  year  1993 
using  plan  experience  data  through  fiscal  year  1992  which  is  now 
available.   (Supervisors  Conroy,  Alioto,  Shelley  presented.) 
Referred  to  Board  December  7,  1992  For  Adoption  Without  Committee 
Reference  Calendar. 

File  210-92-3 


Referred  to  Committee 

[Bank  of  America,  removal  of  funds] 

Resolution  urging  the  transfer  of  two  City  remittance  banking 
accounts  from  the  Bank  of  America,  urging  the  transfer  of  City 
revolving  banking  accounts  from  the  Bank  of  America,  urging  that 
Bank  of  America  not  be  used  for  the  City's  proposed  direct  payroll 
deposit  program  and  urging  all  officers  and  employees  of  the  City 
and  County,  when  given  the  opportunity  to  utilize  the  services  of  a 
financial  institution  for  the  City,  to  consider  the  use  of  financial 
institutions  other  than  the  Bank  of  America.   (Supervisor  Achtenberg 
presented.)   Referred  to  Finance  Committee  with  request  it  be 
considered  at  the  December  2,  1992  meeting. 

File  260-92-1 

[Hetch  Hetchy  Department  Funds] 

Motion  that  the  Board  of  Supervisors  transfer  to  the  General  Fund 
excess  Hetch  Hetchy  Department  monies,  in  the  amount  of  $2,500,000, 
pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.407(e),  effective  July  1,  1992. 
(Supervisor  Migden  presented  on  behalf  of  Supervisor  Gonzalez.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  100-92-10 

[Water  Department  Funds] 

Motion  that  the  Board  of  Supervisors  transfer  to  the  General  Fund 
excess  Water  Department  monies,  in  the  amount  of  $4,700,000, 
pursuant  to  Charter  Section  6.407(e),  effective  July  1,  1992. 
(Supervisor  Migden  presented  on  behalf  of  Supervisor  Gonzalez.) 
Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  100-92-11 


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Requests  for  Hearings 

File  19-92-16,  By  Supervisor  Achtenberg:   To  consider  designating 
motorcycle  parking  zone  in  front  of  New  College,  50  Fell  Street. 
Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  101-92-15,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  appropriating 
$93,097,  Department  of  Public  Health,  for  implementing  the  Medical 
Waste  Generator  Procedure  Program.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  101-92-16,  By  Supervisor  Britt:   To  consider  prohibiting 
funding  of  travel  by  employees  to  Colorado  and  urging  a  boycott  of 
Colorado  products.   Referred  to  Finance  Committee. 

File  102-92-7,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  amending  the 
Annual  Salary  Ordinance,  Department  of  Public  Health,  by  adding  two 
positions  (Classification  6122  and  1446).   Referred  to  Finance 
Committee. 

File  121-92-12,  By  Supervisor  Britt:   To  consider  the  conflict 
developing  from  the  removal  of  signs  and  flyers  by  citizens  from 
city  street  lights  and  poles.   Referred  to  City  Services  Committee. 

File  176-92-3,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:   To  consider  the  recent 
termination  of  employees  of  the  Cathedral  Hill  Hotel.   Referred  to 
Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee  with  request  it  be  considered 
at  the  December  8,  1992  meeting. 

File  224-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Alioto:   To  consider  the  problems  faced 
by  small  businesses  in  complying  with  zoning  and  building  codes 
requirements  and  how  this  affects  the  viability  of  retaining  small 
businesses  in  San  Francisco's  neighborhood  commercial  districts. 
Referred  to  Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  223-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Kennedy:  To  consider  the  conditions 
that  exist  in  the  African  American  Community  relating  to  housing, 
crime,  employment,  education,  economic  development).  Referred  to 
Economic  and  Social  Policy  Committee. 

File  253-92-2,  By  Supervisor  Hsieh:   To  consider  the  action  plans  of 
the  Workers  Compensation  Task  Force.   Referred  to  City  Services 
Committee. 


Introduced  by  the  President  at  the  Request  of  Departments 

Ordinances  Referred  to  Committee 

File  65-92-14.   [Lease  of  Property]  Authorizing  lease  of  Water 
Department  land,  approximately  .71  acres  of  pipeline  right-of-way  in 
Santa  Clara  County  to  the  Roman  Catholic  Bishop  of  San  Jose. 
(Public  Utilities  Commission)   Finance 

File  101-92-11.   [Government  Funding]  Appropriating  $2,400,000,000, 
Airports  Commission,  for  Near  Term  Master  Plan  Projects. 
(Controller)   Finance 


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Resolutions  Referred  to  Committee 

File  146-91-1.2.   [Grant  -  State  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health,  Bureau  of  Health 
Promotion  and  Education,  to  expend  $118,738  of  grant  funds  which 
excludes  indirect  costs  from  the  State  Department  of  Health  Services 
to  fund  the  contractor,  Kopell  &  Associates  and  Maureen  O'Rorke, 
Public  Relations  and  Advertising,  to  implement  a  smoke-free 
environment  outreach  and  media  campaign  for  San  Francisco  residents. 
(Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  28-92-12.   [Emergency  Repair]  Authorizing  the  Director  of  the 
Department  of  Public  Works  to  take  necessary  measures  to  protect  the 
health,  welfare  and  property  of  the  citizens  of  San  Francisco  by 
performing  the  necessary  work  to  replace  the  damaged  sidewalks, 
driveways,  tree  basins,  side  sewer  vents  and  fencing  in  areas  of 
heavy  pedestrian  traffic.   (Department  of  Public  Works)   Finance 

File  40-92-11.   [Parking  of  Vehicles]  Extending  the  boundaries  of 
Residential  Permit  Parking  Area  "N"  in  the  North  Inner  Richmond 
area;  and  adding  to  the  list  of  streets  upon  which  time  limitations 
shall  apply.   (Department  of  Parking  and  Traffic)   Economic  and 
Social  Policy 

File  101-92-10.   [Findings  -  Final  Environmental  impact  Report] 
Incorporating  by  reference  findings  made  by  the  San  Francisco 
Library  Commission  and  the  Art  Commission  and  adopting  further 
findings  pursuant  to  the  California  Environmental  Quality  Act 
relating  to  the  appropriation  of  funds  for  the  new  Main  Library 
Project,  as  analyzed  in  the  San  Francisco  Main  Library  Final 
Environmental  Impact  Report,  (FEIR)  Case  No.  90.808E;  companion 
measure  to  Files  38-92-27,  101-92-10.1,  and  101-92-10.2. 
(Department  of  Public  Works)   Finance 

File  146-92-73.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Services,  Family  Health 
Bureau,  to  accept  and  expend  retroactively  a  grant  of  $502,010, 
which  includes  indirect  costs  in  the  amount  of  $7,205,  based  on 
twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  the  Centers  for  Disease 
Control  for  family  planning  and  HIV  research  and  development 
services  for  women;  providing  for  ratification  of  action  already 
taken.   (Department  of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-74.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Public  Health  Programs,  Family  Health  Bureau,  to 
accept  and  expend  a  grant  of  $566,947,  which  includes  indirect  costs 
in  the  amount  of  $7,068,  based  on  twenty  percent  of  personnel  costs, 
from  Centers  for  Disease  Control,  for  family  planning  and  HIV 
clinical  and  educational  services  for  women;  providing  for 
ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department  of  Public 
Health)   Finance 

File  146-92-75.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  Department 
of  Public  Health,  Community  Public  Health  Services,  Family  Health 
Bureau,  to  apply  for  retroactively,  accept  and  expend  a  grant  of 
$358,922,  which  includes  indirect  administrative  costs  in  the  amount 


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of  $1,700,  based  on  one  percent  of  personnel  costs,  from  California 
Family  Planning  Council,  Inc.,  for  family  planning  services; 
providing  for  ratification  of  action  previously  taken.   (Department 
of  Public  Health)   Finance 

File  147-92-5.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  San 
Francisco  Public  Library  to  accept  and  expend  $34,530  in  funds 
available  from  the  United  States  Department  of  Education  for  a 
Project  Read  Outreach  Program  including  indirect  cost  of  $1,644. 
(Public  Library)   Finance 

File  147-92-6.   [Grant  -  Federal  Funds]  Authorizing  the  San 
Francisco  Public  Library  to  accept  and  expend  $29,033  in  funds 
available  from  the  United  States  Department  of  Education  for  a 
Project  Read  Outreach  Program  including  indirect  cost  of  $1,383. 
(Public  Library)   Finance 

File  170-92-12.   [Reimbursement  from  Bond  Proceeds]  Declaring 
official  intent  of  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco  to  reimburse 
funds  from  proceeds  of  taxable  or  tax-exempt  indebtedness  for 
certain  expenditures  incurred  in  connection  with  the  following 
projects;  (1)  providing  loans  for  the  seismic  strengthening  of 
unreinforced  masonry  buildings  devoted  to  affordable  housing  and  to 
market-rate  residential,  commercial  and  institutional  uses;  and  (2) 
the  construction  and  reconstruction  of  Fire  Department  facilities. 
(Chief  Administrative  Officer)   Finance 

File  170-92-13.   [Airport  Revenue  Bonds]  Approving  the  issuance  of 
up  to  $2,400,000,000  aggregate  principal  amount  of  San  Francisco 
International  Airport  Second  Series  Revenue  Bonds  in  up  to  fifteen 
separate  issues  for  the  purpose  of  financing  Airport  Master  Plan 
Projects,  and  approving  maximum  interest  rates  with  respect 
thereto.   (Airports  Commission)   Finance 

File  172-92-16.   [Airport  -  Public  Pay  Telephone  Agreement] 
Approving  the  "Public  Pay  Telephone  Agreement"  between  Pacific  Bell 
and  the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco,  acting  by  and  through  its 
Airports  Commission.   (Airports  Commission)   Finance 

File  173-92-4.   [Approval  of  Hold  Harmless  Agreement]  Authorizing 
the  Port  of  San  Francisco  to  agree  to  hold  the  State  of  California 
harmless  from  all  claims  arising  from  State  Lands  Commission 
processing  of  a  dredging  permit.   (Port  Commission)   Finance 

Requests  Granted 

There  being  no  objection,  the  Board  directed  the  Clerk  to  comply 
with  the  following  requests: 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  resolution  urging 
the  Mayor  to  provide,  from  the  Earthquake  Emergency  Fund,  $100,000 
in  additional  funding  for  Neighborhood  Emergency  Response  Team. 

By  Supervisor  Alioto,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  legislation 
protecting  businesses  in  neighborhood  commercial  districts  from 
relocations,  during  a  six  month  period,  due  to  problems  complying 


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with  zoning  and  building  codes  and  requirements  while  the  Board  of 
Supervisors  reviews  means  to  redress  the  problems  faced  by  landlords 
and  businesses  under  City  Planning  Code  Section  179. 

By  Supervisor  Britt,  that  Budget  Analyst  provide  the  following 
information  concerning  real  estate  transfer  taxes:   What  is  the 
total  income  from  the  real  estate  transfer  tax;  what  are  the  gross 
sales  figures  from  the  following  classifications  of  real  estate 
transfers:   commercial  property,  homes  valued  at  over  $1  million, 
homes  lacking  a  homeowner's  exemption,  residential  rental  property, 
residential  rental  property  owned  by  landlords  outside  of  San 
Francisco  and  property  bought  and  sold  again  within  two  years. 

By  Supervisor  Conroy,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Director, 
Golden  Gate  National  Recreation  Area  to  determine  the  number  of 
existing  sports  facilities  at  the  Presidio  and  what  the  plans  are  to 
increase  or  remove  them  when  the  Presidio  is  vacated  by  the  U.S. 
Army  and  taken  over  by  the  GGNRA. 

By  Supervisor  Conroy,  that  letters  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  Chief  of 
Police,  Directors  of  Department  of  Public  Works  and  Department  of 
Parking  and  Traffic  to  ascertain  what  plans  they  have  to  improve  the 
traffic  safety  condition  on  the  stretch  of  road  on  Monterey 
Boulevard,  between  North  Gate  Drive  and  West  Gate  Drive. 

By  Supervisor  Conroy,  that  letter  of  inquiry  be  sent  to  General 
Manager,  Civil  Service,  to  determine  if  the  Civil  Service  Commission 
is  adhering  to  its  one  year  leave  of  absence  rule  and  if  not,  the 
justification  for  not  following  it. 

By  Supervisor  Conroy,  that  letter  be  sent  to  Viacom  Cable 
congratulating  them  on  ten  years  of  AIDS  awareness  programming  and 
commending  them  on  their  efforts  and  commitment  to  fighting  AIDS. 

By  Supervisor  Hallinan,  that  Budget  Analyst  provide  the  following 
information  concerning  the  Giants: 

.Listing  of  revenues  that  the  Giants  are  paying  now  by  specific 

revenue  sources; 

.List  of  total  expenditures  presently  being  paid  by  the  Giants 

which  will  have  to  be  paid  by  the  City  as  a  result  of  current 

pending  proposals; 

.What  are  the  present  tax  revenues  allocated  to  Candlestick  Park; 

.What  will  be  the  effect  of  these  proposals  on  our  General  Fund; 

.Will  the  legislation  passed  this  year  repealing  the  Giants' 

exemption  from  the  Stadium  Admission  Tax  be  affected  by  the 

Mayor's  proposal; 

.Are  the  49ers  requesting  any  similar  revenue  breaks  or  lease 

concessions  of  a  comparable  nature; 

.Does  the  Mayor  propose  to  forgive  the  49ers  of  any  rental 

concessions,  or  other  revenues  or  charges  in  expenditures  at 

Candlestick  Park; 

.If  additional  costs  are  to  be  made  up  by  deferring  49ers 

improvements,  how  much,  what  for,  and  what  is  the  position  of 

the  49ers; 

.How  many  years  are  left  on  the  Candlestick  bonds  and  what  is 

the  amortization  schedule;  and 

.What  alternative  revenues  may  be  received  from  other  events  at 

Candlestick  Park  if  the  Giants  left. 

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By  Supervisor  Kennedy,  that  City  Attorney  prepare  resolution  which 
would  increase  the  pilot  Youth  Employment  Program  Task  Force  from 
seventeen  members  to  nineteen  and  add  an  ex-officio  member.   Those 
members  will  be  a  representative  from  the  NAACP  (Lulann  McGriff; 
Critical  Incident  Response  Team  (CIRT)  Joyce  Lane-Jordan  and  from 
Supervisor  Kennedy's  office  as  the  ex